Hair presents her book in California April of 2006
as a Keynote Speaker.
Salisbury Post Article |
Meet the Keynote Speaker
Hair enjoys meeting
other educational authors!!
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A Powerful, Practical Solution
What do ADHD students need? They crave structure,
consistency, and individual attention. What do classroom teachers
need? They need uninterrupted instructional time and the ability
to conserve their valuable energy. This workbook is designed
to address the challenges of both dilemmas and equip teachers
with tools to create an accommodating educational environment
for these special children.
Heartiest congratulations to Beatrice
Hair on the publication of her first
book. Parents and teachers, and most importantly, students
with ADHD, will all benefit from the experience and expertise
she shares in this book.
I have co-taught with Beatrice in her workshops
for teachers. She provides tools that work. Her approach is
insightful and practical. She is energetic and connects with
students and teachers alike.
Jill Aiken, M.D.
Teachers need this tool; they need an effective, simple, easy
behavior modification contract that has been proven effective
in different schools for multi-ages. This tool is a powerful
way to know whether successful behavior management has been
Wayne C. Koontz, MD
Mrs. Hair has the rare ability to translate theory
into practical application. “ADHD In the Classroom:
A Powerful, Practical Solution” is a must read for teachers
and parents of ADHD students.
James Connelly, Ed.D.
I work with Mrs. Hair and know how passionate she
is about this program. It’s a stimulating and innovative
tool that helps all types of students succeed. This exceptional
book should be used by all educators.
Debbie J. Beck
National Board Certified Teacher
A fine teacher in her own right, Beatrice Hair has
put together a clear, goal-oriented approach to dealing with
ADHD that parents and educators should find helpful.
Elizabeth G. Cook
Editor, Salisbury Post
(cover art by Jon E. Palmer)