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Re-Thinking Ad/Hd: A Guide to Fostering Success in Students With Ad/Hd at the College Level download ebook

by Patricia Quinn,Anne McCormick

Re-Thinking Ad/Hd: A Guide to Fostering Success in Students With Ad/Hd at the College Level download ebook
ISBN:
0966036638
ISBN13:
978-0966036633
Author:
Patricia Quinn,Anne McCormick
Publisher:
Advantage Books (August 1, 1998)
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108 pages
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Academic coping strategies in college students with symptoms of AD/HD. Quinn & A. McCormick (Ed., Rethinking ADD/HD: A guide to fostering success in students with AD/HD at the college level (pp. 23– 41). Bethesda, MD: Advantage Books. Department of Education, Office for Civil Rights.

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Re-Thinking AD/HD: A Guide For Fostering Success In Students With AD/HD At The College Level. Bethesda: Advantage Books, 1998. Nicholl, Malcolm, and Jacqueline Stordy. This has led to the increased enrollment of students with learning disabilities over the past decade.

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In P. McGormick (Ed., Re-thinking AD/HD: A guide to fostering success in students with AD/HD at the college level . Success for college students with learning disabilities. New York: Springer-Verlag. Vogel, S. & Reder, S., Re-thinking AD/HD: A guide to fostering success in students with AD/HD at the college level (pp. 102–107). Lewis, . & Farris, E. (1999). An institutional perspective on students with disabilities in postsecondary education (NCES 1999-046).

Ad/Hd and the College St.has been added to your Cart. I thought I would go through the book before passing it on to my kid. The book is well laid out and has all the components for making the transition from High School to College. If followed it makes for a better college experience than going in cold. Would be an excellent "go to" book when any confusion or struggle comes up. So for those of you who have children that accept and use help with their attention issues ( i hear there are some out there! lol) it's a great book to get things started with college and a good book to go to for reminders

College students who have AD (H) D may have trouble organizing, prioritizing, and finishing their work on.

College students who have AD (H) D may have trouble organizing, prioritizing, and finishing their work on time, doing long assignments, doing tasks that have many steps, writing papers, handling math requirements, interacting with faculty and students in an appropriate way, meeting expectations, and following rules (Latham, 2000).

...perspective on the definition, diagnosis and treatment of ADHD have changed over the past few years as have the services and coping strategies that service providers are recommendign for college students with ADHD...
Reviews:
  • Eyalanev
If you're having trouble in college (undergrad or grad) read/buy this book (despite the cost)! Other books on "childhood" & adult AD/HD just repeat the same basic info & don't deal with the specific challenges postsecondary education poses. This is for those already familiar with the basics of AD/HD & are searching for coping mechanisms, ESPECIALLY those struggling in college (Don't feel ashamed. I'm there too.). Some caring professionals in academia questioned the effectiveness of current methods, guidelines, interventions, etc. on AD/HD students. The preface sums up the format/vision: "a compilation of articles written in response to the unique needs of young adults with AD/HD who are attending college .... Recent research on AD/HD supports the need for recognition and treatment for this segment of the postsecondary population. Educational programming for these students must, therefore, now include medical, psychological, and academic interventions to address all aspects of this complex disorder." This wonderful, holistic, approach recognizes the unique problems of AD/HD. For example, a toaster & a toaster oven (students with disorders) may both burn toast (not succeed) but you don't fix them the exact same way. Finally, someone out there understood this! For example, one article discusses the differences between LD & AD/HD, showing different methods must be used. To further this horrible metaphor - these professionals examined all parts of the "toaster oven" (AD/HD students - carrying out several functions w/ the trun of a knob) & tried to figure out how to service, not just the heat element (impulsivity/attention span), but the power cord, knobs, and electrical outlet (psychological, academic, & medical interventions). They recognize how gender, comorbidites (disorders that coexist w/ AD/HD), legal issues, & others can effect students' success in college. This refreshing approach to looking at the whole student & caring about their wellness & success almost made me cry. I'm fed up with "red-tape" & not knowing what's out there and what will TRULLY HELP me finally finish college (I'm working on 6 yrs now). My hope is renewed & my battle attack revised after reading this. I plan to use this book to help dispell the frustrating struggle of fellow ADDers in college, illustrate the need for new stratagemin AD/HD treatment in college and initiate/facilitate change & growth in student disability programs (starting with UC Davis). I felt like a failure, despite "solutions" offered in books, medications, therapy & (insufficient) accomodations. For example, I perfectly understood, retained & explained all the concepts in calculus, but I bombed ALL my exams. Turn the struggle into something productive. READ THIS, learn the deeper effects AD/HD has & help others (by educating them) help you. We can succeed... here are some of the tools....
  • Qiahmagha
Though it supposedly covers all the issues related to add(medication,legal etc.) this book simply lacks the substance. Try searching with google.com instead.