Throughout this module, teachers will learn about education laws and key aspects that affect the educational rights of students with ADHD, from Section 504 to the Individuals with Disabilities Act.
This self-paced course was modeled after CHADD's exclusive Teacher to Teacher: ADHD Goes to School Program. Educators will learn about the latest research, classroom techniques, interventions, and model programs for increasing school success of all students, including students with ADHD.
Children and Adults with Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (CHADD), is a national nonprofit organization that improves the lives of people affected by ADHD through education, advocacy, and support.
Session 1: Educational Equity and Law (Part 1)
Session 2: Educational Equity and Law (Part 2 - RtI and PBIS)
Session 3: Educational Equity and Law (Part 3 - IEP and 504 Accommodations / Teacher's Role in Identification)
Session 4: Implementing Effective Educational Practices (Part 1 - The Current Crisis)
Session 5: Implementing Effective Educational Practices (Part 2 - Zero Tolerance and Exclusionary Discipline Practices)
Session 6: Implementing Effective Educational Practices (Part 3 - Innovative School Practices & Creating a Collaborative Network)
0.1 Navigating this Course
0.2 Course Overview
0.4 About CHADD
0.5 CHADD Community
1.3 Educational Rights of Students with ADHD
1.4 Frequently Asked Questions about ADHD and School Law
2.1 Response to Interventions (RtI)
2.2 Positive Behavioral Intervention and Support (PBIS)
2.3 Building Effective Schools Together
2.4 RtI Applications
3.1 IEP and 504 Accommodations
3.2 List of Accommodations for Students with ADHD
3.3 Teacher's Role in Identification
3.4 Chapter Reflection
4.3 The Current Crisis: Data Trends in Diagnosis and Treatment for ADHD
4.4 State-Based Prevalence Data of ADHD Diagnosis (2011-2012): Children Currently Diagnosed with ADHD
4.5 ADHD Treatment Programs
4.6 What are the Forces Behind the Ever Expanding Numbers of Children Diagnosed and Medicated for ADHD?
4.7 ADHD Medication and Behavioral Treatment Rates and Recommendations
5.2 Research Summary on School Suspension
5.3 APA Task Force Recommendations on Zero Tolerance Policies
5.4 Zero Tolerance Policies
5.5 Center for Youth and Justice: Review of Zero Policy
6.2 Innovative School Practices: 3 Case Studies
6.3 Innovative Schools: How to Fix a Broken School? Lead Fearlessly and Love Hard!
6.4 Creating a Collaborative Network: Working Together to Improve Outcomes for Students with ADHD
6.5 Case Studies: Creating Collaborative Networks
Course Experience Survey
6.6 Module Reflection