From the Back Cover
Sydney S. Zentall, the foremost researcher in the education of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), provides educators with evidence-based knowledge about teaching students with ADHD and explains how these individuals differ from students with other disabilities.
Based on the premise that educators are committed professionals, ADHD and Education: Foundations, Characteristics, Methods, and Collaboration provides information for teachers who want to understand the perspectives of students who have ADHD as well as their families and educators who work with them.
- Provides empirically-based methods and strategies to successfully teach students with ADHD.
- Offers techniques for effectively collaborating and consulting with other teachers, service personnel, and family members.
- Discusses the limitations and controversies related to this complex disorder.