Practical information focuses on what students with ADD can do to achieve success in college by appropriate school selection, using resources available on campus, communicating with instructors, and developing study strategies to improve academic performance. Counselors and educators will benefit by the many tips and strategies offered to help students with ADD reach their potential
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Publisher: Specialty, 1996. Learning disabled youth - Education (Higher) - United States. College student orientation - United States. College student orientation.
This book was written for college students, their counselors and educators. Readers will find information on the history
Provides information to teachers on ADD, its educational manifestations, identification and assessment methods, intervention practices, and policy guidelines and recent federal rulings on special education for ADD. CHADD, 8181 Professional Drive, Suite 201, Landover, MD 20785. Fowler, Mary Cahill (1998).
This book was written for college students, their counselors and educators To be honest I never actually managed to read this book from cover to cover. However, I have found the book to be useful and regularly refer to it when I have questions.
To be honest I never actually managed to read this book from cover to cover. However, further into the book one can find some very useful information. For example Chapter 9 looks at the implications of being a post-secondary student with ADD.
Succeeding in College with Asperger Syndrome: A Student Guide, by John Harpur, Maria Lawlor, and Michael Fitzgerald.
High Functioning Autism, presentation by Timothy Kowalski. Succeeding in College with Asperger Syndrome: A Student Guide, by John Harpur, Maria Lawlor, and Michael Fitzgerald. Sternberg (HarperPerennial).
College and Other Choices for People with LD and ADHD Taymans, Juliana & West, Lynda Young Person’s Guide to Getting and Keeping a Good Job Farr, Michael 100 Things Every College Student with a Disability Ought to Know 7 Steps for Success: High School to College Transition Strategies for Students with Disabilities Kendra Johnson and Trudie Hines Elizabeth Hamblet 2 Katovitch, Diana Shatkin
But some students come to college with an additional challenge: ADHD.
But some students come to college with an additional challenge: ADHD. Approximately 25 percent of college students who receive disabilities services are identified with ADHD (Wolf, 2001; Wolf, Simkowitz, & Carlson, 2009).