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Learner Reviews & Feedback for ADHD: Everyday Strategies for Elementary Students by University at Buffalo

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About the Course

This course will provide an overview of ADHD diagnosis and treatment. Course participants can expect to learn about ADHD as a developmental disorder that begins early in childhood, and participants will also learn about evidence-based approaches for diagnosing ADHD. Following that, two evidence-based treatment approaches (the Daily Report Card and Parenting Strategies) will be introduced. (Note these course activities are informational and are not intended to replace working with a licensed/trained professional). Learning Objectives: Students will be able to identify the behaviors characteristic of ADHD, the components of a diagnosis, and evidence-based treatment procedures that can be used in the school or home. 1. Identify the key areas of functional impairment, symptom presentation, and diagnostic decision-making for youth with ADHD. 2. Develop a behavioral intervention suitable for treating ADHD in the school setting. 3. Apply effective parenting and teaching strategies for supporting youth with ADHD in the home, classroom, and neighborhood....

Top reviews

AB
Oct 19, 2020

Very easy to follow and informative course. Learned some things that I didn't know even though I have two children with ADHD. Would definitely recommend to parents who are wondering what they can do.

HK
Nov 1, 2017

I thoroughly enjoyed doing the course.Very interesting activities and quizzes. Lots of useful information and effective strategies for parents and teachers. Real hands on and practical suggestions.

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By Oxana T

Jan 4, 2017

The course provides a concise overview of the disorder and suggests some strategies to cope with it at home and in school. I found it a bit too short and too simple.

By Afnan A M

Aug 23, 2016

It's not professional as that one created by Penn Uni. Named "Pay attention " which is unavailable now and I don't understand why has it been removed from Coursera?!!

By Loreto M A

Jul 20, 2017

Siento que el curso ocupa mucho lo condicionante y esto de alguna manera a la larga afectará la conducta del individuo

By Joshi K

Mar 30, 2020

Poor quality videos. Some issue with recorded audio. Not comfortable listening. The narration is too fast.

By Grace B

Jul 18, 2020

not a ton of new information in here for parenting or k-12 educational settings.

By Michelle C

Feb 17, 2020

This is a good intro or review of ADHD in children.

By XIANGYU S

Oct 13, 2020

So good~! But the quiz is too easy~!

By Anita P

Mar 27, 2021

I learnt a lot of strategies

By Kelly B

Apr 21, 2021

Was very eye opening

By Rachel L F

Sep 26, 2019

It was a good course

By Niki C

Jul 21, 2017

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By Patricia M

Apr 6, 2020

wanted to accelerate the course into 1-2 days!

By Urva a

Jun 26, 2020

The instructor didn't teach like a teacher but just as a clinical expert. plus the quiz was very poorly conducted...

By Karea

Oct 16, 2021

Outdated and harmful.