For years, the assumption has been that it is mainly parents who need to be shown how to help their LD/ADHD children. This book is unique in its emphasis on educating teachers and other professionals as well as mothers and fathers-all those who must join efforts to lead LD/ADHD children to academic success. Author Suzanne H. Stevens also knows the importance of recognizing the unusual creativity and other abilities found among LD/ADHD children, abilities long neglected by a system bent on forcing them into a mold they do not fit.At the end of the first marking period, Arthura#39;s report card had a D- for spelling. ... Such a grade makes no comment on the studenta#39;s progress yet explains the reason for his low achievement level. 2. ... Fifth-grade report cards often have a blank where teachers are to grade the quality of the cursive writing students use in their regular classwork. ... The written report A fair explanation of an LD / ADD youngstera#39;s progress in a subject can usually be presented in one concise paragraph.
|Title||:||Classroom Success LD/ADHD Child|
|Author||:||Suzanne H. Stevens|
|Publisher||:||John F. Blair, Publisher - 1997|