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ADHD in Education

This is a 3 credit (90 Act 48 Hours) online course offered through a partnership with Immaculata University. At registration course participants have the option to add Immaculata University graduate credit to the course (read additional details below).Time Frame: 8/17/2022 - 9/7/2022
With more & more students being diagnosed with ADHD, it is important for educators to examine their perceptions & expand their knowledge base of this disability category in order to meet these students' needs.
Given current research related to ADHD & best practices in working with students with such diagnosis, participants will be able to analyze social behaviors students exhibit by developing at least 3 lessons and at least 2 action plans to implement an enhanced program within a classroom setting. Will be able to develop and implement sample IEPs for students with ADHD by writing about at least 3 current legal case studies, with at least 3 personal reactions to each case and at least 3 impacts to the field of education. Participants will be able to design a classroom management plan with at least 5 positive behavior supports, at least 3 ways in which student independence can be enhanced, and at least 3 ways in which support personnel are valued in the process.
An email will be sent a few days before the start date with information on how you will participate in this event.
*The cost of the graduate credit is $600 ($200 per credit) in addition to the base fee for the course. Once the course starts the decision to add (or not) Immaculata credit is final. At the successful conclusion of the course students will receive a transcript from Immaculata University.
Michael and Rhonda Bielawski are the instructors. You may email the instructor for questions about the content of the program. For registration questions please

Event Dates

Wednesday 17 August 12:00 AM

Event Options

CPE Credit: 3
In County Cost: $450
Out of County Cost: $450
Graduate Credit: 3
In County Cost: $1050
Out of County Cost: $1050