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A.D.D & A.D.H.D.

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KalieAnn Monzingo

on 24 April 2015

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Transcript of A.D.D & A.D.H.D.

A.D.D & A.D.H.D Explained
Tutees With These Conditions Might...
-Have poor organizational skills

-Consistently check the time

- Procrastinate more than their peers

-Take longer to respond to what may seem like "simple questions"

-Have issues physically focusing on an item.

-Try and sidetrack a tutor or professor with unrelated questions
What Should A Tutor Do???
What A Tutoring Session Might Look Like...
Watch & Learn (skit)
Works Cited
-Fleming, Andrew. McHon, Robert. "Developmental Context and Treatment Principles For ADHD Among College Students."
Clinical Child & Family Psychology Review
15.4 (2012): 303-329.
Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection
. Wed. 10 Apr. 2015.
-Meaux, J.B., A. Green, and L. Broussard. "ADHA In The College Student: A Block In The Road."
Journal Of Psychiatric & Mental Health Nursing.
16.3 (2009): 248-256.
Academic Search Premier
. Web. 10 Apr. 2015.
-Holmes, Robert H., Dr. "Attention Deficit Disorder." Attention Deficit Disorder. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Apr. 2015.
-Henriques, Gregg. "Diagnosing ADD in College Students." Psychology Today. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Apr. 2015.
-Martin, Ben, PsyD. "Resources for Attention Deficit Disorder." Psych Central. N.p., n.d. Web. 21 Apr. 2015.
Example Video
A.D.D & A.D.H.D.
By: Myra Habib & KalieAnn Monzingo

- Distractibility

-A.D.H.D = Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder
-A.D.D. = Attention Deficit Disorder
- Inattention
-Leaving seats unexpectedly
-Losing necessary things needed for task
-Lack of eye contact

-Move an area that is secluded if possible, one with few distractions

-Have to tutee read out loud- it will keep them focused on the task

-Have the tutee take their own notes on what you discuss

-Have the tutee underline and highlight

-Consider possibly having the student move around (just a little) as it may help them relax

-Make sure that you repeat instructions

-Use a lot of positive reinforcement!
In Writing Specifically Tutee Might..
-Show lack of punctuation
-Scattered ideas
-Lack of clarity
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