Classroom practitioner's perceptions about teaching strategies in the classroom
Daniel, Joanne Elizabeth
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This study attempts to identify the 'Classroom practitioner's perceptions about teaching strategies in the classroom concerning ADHD'. Data was gathered from questionnaires and face-to-face interviews with classroom practitioners. ln addition, data was gatherer from classroom observations. The report concludes that there is a need for varied teaching styles, with regard to support ADHD in the classroom.
BA (Hons) Educational Studies
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