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ADHD in the School System

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Jessica MacCallum

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Transcript of ADHD in the School System

Teacher Results Explanation of Results Conclusions ADHD in the School System Jessica MacCallum's Phase 4 Presentaion School of Thought Presentation Overview Hypothesis
Results
Explanation
Conclusion
Questions Hypothesis School systems fail to accommodate learning styles for students with ADHD and as a result the students fail to achieve life skills that will help them be successful in school and life Comparing Teachers and OT's Comparing Teachers and OTs Teachers OTs Student Results Seondary Research ERIK ERIKSON and the LATENCY STAGE
stage that kids go to school to learn
acedemics
social skills
negative characteristics develop when children do not pass stage
do good in school and you do good in life What does this mean for students with ADHD? if teachers are not providing for their students then they are at a disadvantage to pass this stage How does this explain my results? people don't see, in their everyday lives, people with ADHD in stereotypical successful positions
therefore they must not be attaining the necessary skills, in school, to be successful 32.3% of students with ADHD drop out of highschool
15% of students without ADHD
28% students with ADHD repeat grades
7% repeat grades
80% show academic learning problems
school system should do somthing about these statistics Possible Solutions to Help Students be Successful ANY QUESTIONS? Things I would Change get a wide spread variety of student oppinions

more teachers from the younger grades to give more accurate results

have a questionnare for adults and compare their income with the grades they acheived in High school Bibliography http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/adhd/high-school-students-adhd-group-most-likely-tofizzle
http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23382575
Harris, K. R., Friedlander, B. D., Saddler, B., Frizzelle, R., & Graham, S. (2005). Self-monitoring of attention verses self-monitoring of academic performances: Effects among students with ADHD in the general education classroom. The Journal of Special Education, 39(3), 145-156. doi: 10.1177/10534512030380050401
Brand, S., Dunn, R., & Greb, F. (2002). Learning styles of students with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Who are they and how do we teach them?. Taylor and Francis Group, 75(5), 268-273.
Harris, K. R., Friedlander, B. D., Saddler, B., Frizzelle, R., & Graham, S. (2005). Self-monitoring of attention verses self-monitoring of academic performances: Effects among students with ADHD in the general education classroom. The Journal of Special Education, 39(3), 145-156. doi: 10.1177/10534512030380050401 obiously there is a problem, and things need to change
OT's and students feel ADHDnot being properly provided for
Teachers feel training is not good
Statistics also show success rates are lower PROVEN add training on how to teach students with ADHD into teachers college
have training sessions available for teachers in system
incorperate more learning styles into classes
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