ADD/ADHD Child – Strategies to Help the Educator

$220.00$465.00

This class focuses on the identification of students in regular/special education education classrooms that may have ADD/ADHD, the difference between the two disorders, and how to structure the classroom environment to allow these students to reach their maximum potential. Identification of the most commonly used medical interventions and the impact they may have in the school setting, how to help build-up self-esteem and peer relationships, practical classroom interventions aimed at helping these students to access the curriculum, behavior modification strategies that promote success, and Creating a classroom environment that teaches to all learning styles. This course is applicable to all educators, guidance counselors/social workers/psychologists, administrators, and any related service providers of all subjects, grades K-12.

45 hours / 3 credits inservice and graduate credits.

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Please note: If taking this course for MNU graduate credit, there is a TWO step registration process.

Step 1) Register with OSA by purchasing your Graduate Credit course below.

Step 2)Register with MNU:

OSA will email you a registration link within 3 days. Click the link and complete your MNU registration. The seperate fee to MNU will be $270.

$240 (OSA) + $270 (MNU)= $510 per graduate course with MNU.

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Please note: If taking this course for CSU graduate credit, there is a TWO step registration process.

Step 1) Register with OSA by purchasing your Graduate Credit course below.

Step 2) Register with CSU: OSA will email you a registration link within 3 days. Click the link and complete your CSU registration. There is no additional fee.

Final CSU price: $465 per graduate course with CSU.

Instructor

Laurie Thode

Credit

(3 Credits / 45 hours)

Email

OSAcourses.com

Type of Credit

Inservice Credits and Graduate Credits

Type of Course

All online, Zoom/Hybrid

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