Do you have students with ADHD in your classroom? Every teacher does. Do you feel challenged to find the balance between the needs of your class and helping the student with ADHD learn effectively? You are not alone. If you are a parent of a child with ADHD who is struggling in school, would you like to learn about effective classroom interventions? Then Teacher to Teacher is for you.
Join us for a day-long workshop that identifies common ADHD-related learning problems plus practical classroom techniques, interventions, and the latest research to enhance school success for students with ADHD. Designed for mainstream classroom teachers, Teacher to Teacher will provide best practice strategies in an interactive, hands-on format. Attendees will have the opportunity to discuss solutions to common academic and behavioral problems in a "case-based" format. Each workshop is limited to 100 attendees, so don’t wait to return your registration. Each attendee will also receive the CHADD Educator’s Manual on ADHD: An In-Depth Look from an Educational Perspective. This is "the" manual for managing students with ADHD and a fantastic resource.
From theory to practice you will learn evidence-based interventions to manage every aspect of AD/HD in the classroom, including:
Chris Dendy, MS, has over 40 years of professional experience as a teacher, school psychologist, mental health counselor and administrator. She is a prolific author and the producer of three videos on ADHD. She is a previous member of the CHADD board of directors, and in 2006 was inducted into the CHADD Hall of Fame for outstanding contributions to the field. She is also the mother of three children with ADHD. Chris is the editor of the highly acclaimed CHADD Educator’s Manual on ADHD: An In Depth Look from an Educational Perspective.
Anne Teeter Ellison, EdD, is professor emeritus of Educational Psychology at the University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee (UWM), has served on the CHADD board of directors since 2002 and served as president from 2005–08. Prior to service on the national level, Ellison was a professional advisor to the Wisconsin ADHD Project, and a member of the State of Wisconsin ADD Council. Formally the training director of the school psychology doctoral program at UWM, Ellison has published numerous scientific articles and books and is the co-editor of the CHADD Educator's Manual on ADHD: An In-depth Look from an Educational Perspective.
All participants will receive IACET approved continuing education credits of .75 (equivalent to 7.5 hours of training).
To REGISTER for this training please CLICK HERE
For more information, please contact Isabel O'Daly, Training Manager at 301-306-7070 x119 or Isabel_O'Daly@chadd.org
Any cancellations must be received in writing, or by email, stating the person's name and address, and must be postmarked or date-stamped at least three (3) weeks before the training to qualify for a refund. A non-negotiable $25.00 administrative fee will be deducted from the total registration refund, unless the registration is 'transferred' within six months (Call the Coordinator for details). No refunds will be made after the event deadline and no-shows will forfeit their registration fee.
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