Law Students with Attention Deficit Disorder: How to Reach Them, How to Teach Them
St. John's University - School of Law
John Marshall Law Review, Vol. 39, p. 349, 2006
St. John's Legal Studies Research Paper No. 08-0111
Most law school classes are likely to include students with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD) or its related disorder - Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder. It is imperative for teachers to be equipped for teaching law students with ADD. To be effective in reaching those students, law professors should understand the common learning-style traits of ADD students. This article describes what researchers know about ADD and how it can impact learning. It summarizes empirical research and describes the Dunn and Dunn Learning Styles Model. It also discusses federal statutes and court cases mandating individualized approaches to teaching students with learning disabilities. Finally, it recommends ways in which law professors can diversify their teaching methods to assist ADD students and their classmates.
Number of Pages in PDF File: 41Accepted Paper Series
Date posted: March 11, 2008
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