NDSU Distance & Continuing Education (DCE)

Bringing Education to You

K-12 Professionals

Healing the 6 Types of ADD

EDUC 600

3 CREDITS

$365

Mail

Instructor: Joseph C'de Baca

Grading: Letter

Spring, Summer & Fall (Ongoing)

Instruction Mode: Correspondence

Academic Level: K-12 Professional Development

NDSU Credit Fee: $365

Partner Class Offered Through Teachers Learning Center

Course Description:

This course will present Dr. Amen's brain research and breakthroughs on healing ADD. The Six types of ADD are explained in depth for an understanding on potential causes-effects and approaches to interventions that assist educators in working with ADD students. Family issues and dietary adjustments are present as well as medication treatments for ADD. School strategies, stopping Automatic Negative Thoughts ANT's are presented to mitigate student miss-behaviors. Participants will research, develop writings and lessons/activities that apply the books concepts to the classroom and school environment for improving the learning experience of children with ADD challenges.

Objectives:

1.  Educators will learn about the latest brain imaging theories and an ADD questionnaire to identify the type of ADD children may have for narrowing a diagnoses.

2. Teachers will be presented with the 6 Types of ADD that describe the potential causes and effects as well as for assessing student defecates and developing an IEP.

3. Educators will examine parent and family issues, self-medication and substance abuse concerns that have to be considered when working with ADD students and parents.   

4. Educators will research the Amen resource website and be presented with numerous strategies for working with ADD students, families and interpersonal relationships.                  

5.  Teachers will develop lessons, activities and writings that help them understand and work with ADD students and their families in classrooms and school settings.

Objectives:

1.  Educators will learn about the latest brain imaging theories and an ADD questionnaire to identify the type of ADD children may have for narrowing a diagnoses.

2. Teachers will be presented with the 6 Types of ADD that describe the potential causes and effects as well as for assessing student defecates and developing an IEP.

3. Educators will examine parent and family issues, self-medication and substance abuse concerns that have to be considered when working with ADD students and parents.   

4. Educators will research the Amen resource website and be presented with numerous strategies for working with ADD students, families and interpersonal relationships.                  

5.  Teachers will develop lessons, activities and writings that help them understand and work with ADD students and their families in classrooms and school settings.

**Registration Instructions:

Registration for Teacher's Learning Center (TLC) classes will take you to the registration form on the TLC website. Be sure to indicate you want the credit from NDSU.

**Register Now

|