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The more attractive and interesting the mode of presentation, the more they are likely to be scrutinised by students, and, thus, remembered. Furthermore, one of the characteristics sometimes associated with AD/HD is a preference for pictorial as opposed to written presentation. The process of devising pictorial representations of rules can be passed over to students, and this again will help to make the rules accessible to students and thus engender a sense of ownership. It should be remembered that tasks such as this will not only play to the strengths of students who have skills in drawing and graphic design, it will also provide opportunities for students who are creative thinkers to conceptualise possible scenarios for others to realise pictorially.
If I were to cause an accident I would be prosecuted, and would never forgive myself if I caused serious injury to another person. Therefore, I will not overtake this lorry unless it is absolutely safe so to do. In practice the internal dialogue is unlikely to be as clear and formal as this. For most of us this appraisal process would be hard to articulate, because it will be composed of a mixture of verbal, visual, auditory and other forms of reflected experience. However, it is likely that all of us engage to some degree in a version of these processes when confronted with a situation such as the one we are considering, though in practice we probably experience the process as an instantaneous event: we contemplate the dangerous manoeuvre but put a stop to it immediately, perhaps because an image springs to mind of an accident scene, or we recall a memory of a friend or relative being injured, or we are suddenly aware of the possible legal consequences of our actions.
The best way of promoting these conditions in schools is for there to be an ongoing programme of monitoring and consultation, through which staff and students examine the extent to which these conditions are being met and ways in which they can be met more effectively. It is important that there is a formal consultation procedure, such as through questionnaires, as well as informal procedures whereby staff routinely show an interest in students’ concerns and views. The Multi-Modal Approach 41 These key conditions will be achieved most effectively when: • school management provides practical and unconditional support for them; • there is shared commitment among all staff (including support and ancillary staff) to the achievement of these conditions; • there is at least one member of staff with significant knowledge and understanding of the nature and causes of social, emotional and behavioural problems, including AD/HD.
Baby's Mother Goose - Pat-a-Cake by Unknown Author, Aurelius Battaglia