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A.D.H.D is not B.A.D.

By: Brittany Hargis, Krystal Gaston, Molly


Kemper, & Alex Raeburn
Video:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oCbrQp3MIwc


What is it like to have ADHD?
Personal Experience with ADHD in a 2nd
Grade Classroom
Students with ADHD are not receiving the
appropriate accommodations and
assistance necessary to help them
succeed in school.
Identify the Tension
- Misinformation about ADHD
- Myths about ADHD
- Teachers

- The Real Causes of ADHD
Causes of Tension
-Medication

-Addiction

-Trouble focusing


Assumptions Surrounding ADHD
- Teachers
- Doctors
- Parents

- 1 in 3 students have ADHD
- Boys are 4 times more likely to be
diagnosed ADHD than girls
Different Perspectives
- 3 different types of ADHD

- Symptoms of each type

- Medications

From the Research

Case Study
Observations in the Field
- Knowledge is power

- Children and Families

How can this change how we
think about ADHD?
- Schoolwide
- Ongoing
- Director
- Parent advocate
- A week before school starts- professional
development day
- Bulletin board in teacher workroom
Action Plan
- Information packet for parents
- Classroom composite
- January professional development day
- Team meetings each month
- Schoolwide community night
- Assessment (next slide)
Action Plan (continued)
Team Composite Example
1st Grade Team
Miss Gastons Class
Name Type Baseline
Measure
Mod./Acc. BOY Mod./Acc. MOY Mod./Acc. EOY Average
Alex Inattentive 55% rubix cube 50% therapy cushion 75% therapy cushion &
prompting
80% 68%
Annie Combined 50% velcro under desk 60% koosh ball 65% koosh ball & frequent
breaks
85% 70%
Class Avg. N/A 52.5% N/A 55% N/A 70% N/A 82.5% 69%
Miss Raeburns Class
Name Type Baseline
Measure
Mod./Acc. BOY Mod./Acc. MOY Mod./Acc. EOY Average
Kristin Hyper.-Impul. 65% frequent breaks 75% rubix cube 80% frequent breaks & rubix
cube
92% 82.3%
Coby Inattentive 75% paint bag 90% Play-Doh 85% paint bag 95% 90%
Class Avg. N/A 70% N/A 82.5% N/A 82.5% N/A 93.5% 86.15%
Team Avg. N/A 61.25% N/A 68.75% N/A 76.25% N/A 88% 77.58%
School Composite Example
Sandalwood Elementary School
Grade Baseline Avg. BOY Avg. MOY Avg. EOY Avg. Avg.
K 60% 55% 65% 80% 66.6%
1st 61.25% 68.75% 76.25% 88% 77.58%
2nd 67.8% 70.3% 75.43% 83% 76.24%
3rd 59.7% 57.3% 73.2% 79.01% 69.83%
4th 71.2% 73.56% 77.8% 84.98% 78.78%
5th 64.1% 68.5% 76.32% 87.41% 77.41%
School
Avg.
64.01% 65.56% 74% 83.73% 74.43%
http://www.helpguide.org/mental/teaching_tips_add_adhd.htm


http://www.nimh.nih.gov/health/topics/attention-deficit-hyperactivity-
disorder-adhd/index.shtml


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