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Restorative Practices: Repairing Harm, Transforming School Climate, Building Community
Author(s): Mark Katz
Topic(s): Behavioral Interventions, Executive Functions, Promising Practices, School based Programs, Self Management, Self Regulation
Summary: No abstract.
Issue: June 2015
They Told Me My Child is Disturbed: ADHD with Other Mental Health Conditions Goes to School
Author(s): Shari Gent
Topic(s): Academic Issues, Accommodations, Adolescents/Teenagers, Anxiety Disorders, Behavioral Interventions, Bipolar Disorder, Children, Classroom Management, Coexisting Conditions in Children, Comorbid, Co-occurring Conditions, Depression, Educational Issues, Homework, Mental Health, School based Programs, Teenagers
Summary: If you child is diagnosed with a coexisting mental health condition, support from a qualified professional is essential--as is a quality educational program.
Issue: February 2014
Not in Our School: A Student-to-Student Campaign to Create a Safe and Inclusive School Day for All
Author(s): Mark Katz
Topic(s): Adolescents/Teenagers, Bullying, Children, Promising Practices, School based Programs, Teenagers
Summary: No Abstract.
Issue: February 2014
The Irvine Paraprofessional Program
Author(s): Mark Katz
Topic(s): Behavioral Interventions, Children, Promising Practices, School based Programs, Teachers, Teaching Strategies, Training Programs
Summary: No Abstract.
Issue: April 2013
Teacher to Teacher and School Success: A Holistic Approach to Educating Faculty and Staff about ADHD
Author(s): Mari Foret
Topic(s): Academic Issues, Behavioral Interventions, Children, Classroom Management, School based Programs, Teachers, Teaching Strategies
Summary: Here's how one school prepared for a successful school year with a workshop on the latest research, strategies, and practical classroom techniques and interventions for students with ADHD.
Issue: April 2012
Is Recess a Luxury?
Author(s): Barbara Hawkins, Ronald A. Kotkin
Topic(s): Behavioral Interventions, Children, Exercise Sports Recreation, School based Programs
Summary: Many schools have replaced recess with increased academic learning. At schools that have kept it, children can lose recess as a consequence for behavioral issues. Are our children paying a price we've only just begun to understand?
Issue: August 2011
Linking Fitness and Academic Readiness -- an interview with Michael Wendt, EdD
Author(s): Michael Wendt
Topic(s): Academic Issues, Children, Exercise Sports Recreation, School based Programs
Summary: Drawing on his doctoral research, a school administrator pioneered an innovative fitness program to help students identified with ADHD and behavioral issues.
Issue: June 2011
School-Based Interventions for ADHD
Author(s): Lee Kern
Topic(s): Abuse, Academic Issues, Behavioral Interventions, Educational Issues, School based Programs
Summary: This column provides an overview of a number of relevant studies from among the increasing number of published studies that focus on interventions and classroom support for students with ADHD.
Issue: August 2009
Understanding the Link Between Executive Functions and School Success
Author(s): Theresa Warner
Topic(s): Executive Functions, School based Programs, School-Aged Children
Summary: "School is often very difficult for students with attention deficit/hyperactivity disorder. When exeuctive function deficits are present, the accompanying problem may become overwhelming to the student and his or her family.
Issue: February 2008
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