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Mindful education for ADHD students : differentiating curriculum and instruction using multiple intelligences

Author: Victoria Proulx-Schirduan; Branton Shearer; Karen I Case
Publisher: New York : Teachers College Press ; London : Continuum, ©2009.
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"This practical guide describes ways of working with learners diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) by using Multiple Intelligences Theory. Written for all educators as well as parents, it examines curricular, instructional, school partnering, and leadership issues that may arise for these students in grades K-8. Supported by real-life examples, it presents constructive strategies to help  Read more...
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Victoria Proulx-Schirduan; Branton Shearer; Karen I Case
ISBN: 9780807749265 0807749265 9780807749272 0807749273 9781441179937 1441179933
OCLC Number: 253839551
Description: xv, 160 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: At-promise versus at-risk --
Success at school --
MIndful teachers : MIndful curriculum and instruction --
MIndful curriculum and MIndful schools --
School-home partnerships --
At-promise.
Responsibility: Victoria Proulx-Schirduan, C. Branton Shearer, Karen I. Case ; foreword by Bruce Campbell.
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"This practical guide describes ways of working with learners diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) by using Multiple Intelligences Theory. Written for all educators as well as parents, it examines curricular, instructional, school partnering, and leadership issues that may arise for these students in grades K-8. Supported by real-life examples, it presents constructive strategies to help teachers work with ADHD students in ways that honor their strengths and allow for meaningful inclusion in the general education classroom. As viewed through the lens of an MI curriculum, ADHD is not a disadvantage; it is an integral component of the way a student processes information and makes sense of the world. This thoroughly readable resource includes free online MIDAS assessments, one for a student with ADHD and one for a teacher."--Jacket.

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