The Technologies of Psycho-Pedagogical Assistance to Children with ADHD in Norway 1376
PhD in Education, Director, State Budget Educational Institution of Moscow “School #1540”, Moscow, Russia
Doctor of Psychology, leading research assistant of the laboratory of neuropsychology, Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow, Russia
This article describes materials collected during studying the technologies of psycho-pedagogical aid to children with ADHD, and experience of inclusive education in Norway gathered there for the last twenty years. It presents the materials authors received in consequence of acquaintance with the work of more than 30 specialists: teachers, psychologists, doctors, government-men coordinating the work with ADHD children, and community workers. As well as with the activity of several organizations such as: ADHD Norway, regular school Hosle Skole, National ADHD, Tourette's Syndrome and Narcolepsy Resource Center, (Nasjonalt Kompetansesenter for AD/HD, Tourettes Syndrom og Narkolepsi); Resource Center (Torshov kompetansesenter); mental institution for children and adolescence in the city of Fredrikstad (Åsebråten BUP). In the authors’ opinion, many technologies of diagnostics and assistance to children with ADHD, popularization methods of knowledge about ADHD and the ways of aid developed and successfully applied in Norway may be used in Russia after their adaptation and mastering by national specialists.
Keywords: remediation aid, inclusive education, Attention Deficient Hyperactivity Disorder, training technologies, diagnostics technologies, knowledge popularization methods.
Column: Educational Psychology
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