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Sidorova E.Yu. Pankov M.N.
Treating aggressive behaviour of hyperactive children: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: САФУ NArFU named after M.V. Lomonosov, 2013. – 20 p.
The methodological recommendations for educational work with parents contain an effective tool of enhancing upbringing and schooling of hyperactive children with extraversive behavioural disorders – which is group-based parent training programme, like a club for parents. Every session is described in detail. The recommendations are designed for teachers and students of pedagogical and psychological faculties, psychologists of schooling and medicine organisations
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Sidorova E.Yu. Pankov M.N.
Diagnosing behavioural disorders in hyperactive children: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: NArFU named after M.V. Lomonosov, 2013. – 20 p.
The methodological recommendations for the differential diagnosis of ADHD children behaviour, including comorbid disorders, are designed based on ICD-10 and DSM-IV criteria. Diagnosing stages involving aggression, hyperactivity and communicative tolerance method is described in detail. The recommendations are designed for teachers and students of pedagogical, medical and psychological faculties, doctors, psychologists, teachers, pre-school teachers.
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Pankov M.N. Gribanov A.V. Sokolovskiy A.V.
The regional network of distant consulting children with emotional and behavioural disorders: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: NArFU, 2012. – 36 p.
The recommendations present information about distant consulting development, contemporary technologies to implement and support it. General issues of video conferencing and information protection are examined. A model of the distant consulting regional network is proposed based on psychological, medical and pedagogical committee system in the Arkhangelsk Region. The model is based on the resources and needs of the region. Requirements for the procurement of such a network are identified. The recommendations are designed for psychological, medical and pedagogical committee members, local education departments, students of professional education courses dedicated to issues of supporting children with special educational needs.
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Zotova A.A. Popova E.V. Volokitina T.V. Shlay E.V.
Features of 5-8 year-old children’s visual perception and visual-creative thinking: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, 2012. – 24 p.
The methodological recommendations describe visual perception and visual-creative thinking of 5–8-year-olds. Special attention is given to methods of diagnosing the development level of children’s visual perception and cognitive activity in a schooling environment. The publication is designed for students and teachers of pedagogical universities, visual impairment specialists, special educational needs teachers, physiologists, parents.
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Pankov M.N. Gribanov A.V.
Research and practise Centre Sodeystvie: diagnosing and treating Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Information edition
Arkhangelsk: Publishing house named after V.N. Bulatov, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, 2011. – 50 p.
The publication contains information about the work of Research and practise Centre Sodeystvie in diagnosing and treating symptoms of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children. The material is presented in PowerPoint slides.
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Rysina N.N. Pankov M.N. Yablonskaya T.V.
Neuropsychological methods of behavioural modification of children ADHD: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Publishing house named after V.N. Bulatov, Northern (Arctic) Federal University named after M.V. Lomonosov, 2011. – 33 p.
The methodological recommendations focus on the developmental features of pre-school and primary school children; on reasons for schooling failures in children. Neuro-psychological methods of behavioural modification are presented for children with school-significant functions developmental irregularity. Recommendations for teachers, pre-school teachers and parents to interact with children with ADHD are given. Developmental and rehabilitating games are presented. Designed for psychologists, pre-school teachers dealing with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, as well as parents.
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Jos Yu.S. Deputat I.S. Rysina N.N.
Difficulties at school: aspects of children’s education and upbringing: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2010. – 64 p.
The methodological recommendations consider a number of factors relevant to school education success. Diagnosing and different methods of dealing with difficulties at school are presented. The recommendations are for parents, teachers of primary and secondary schools, school psychologists, students of pedagogy and psychology.
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Jos Yu.S. Deputat I.S. Iordanova Yu.A.
Behavioural modification of a hyperactive child: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2010. – 62 p.
The learning and methodological recommendations contain information about behavioural modification of children with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. The programme of a child’s behavioural modification and the family relations change is described in detail. Recommended for parents whose children have Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, students, teachers and pre-school teachers.
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Podoplekin A.N. Larionova O.A.
Using art therapy means to correct Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder in children of primary school age: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk, 2009. – 40 p.
The methodological recommendations contain information about a possibility to use art therapy in treating major symptoms of ADHD in children. Art therapy treatment system is described. The results of the authors’ research into effectiveness of the suggested training are presented. The recommendations are for students of special pedagogy and other similar specialities, psychologists and doctors concerned with ADHD treatment.
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Jos Yu.S. Deputat I.S. Pankov M.N.
Emotional and social characteristics of children with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2009. – 19 p.
The learning and methodological recommendations contain information about emotional and behavioural symptoms of children with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder. Recommended for parents whose children have Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, teachers and pre-school teachers.
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Gribanov A.V. Pankov M.N. Rudakova E.V.
Applying EEG-BFB method when rehabilitating the functional state of children with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Learning and methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: ООО Press-Print Printing company, 2009. – 20 p.
The learning and methodological recommendations present a method of rehabilitating the functional state of children with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder applying biofeedback based on EEG parameters (EEG-BFB). The training stages are described. The recommendations are for psychologists, physiologists, students of pedagogical and medical higher education establishments.
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Gribanov A.V. Pankov M.N. Rudakova E.V.
Neurofeedback capacity in managing the functional state: Learning and methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: ООО Printing company Press-Print, 2009.– 18 p.
The learning and methodological recommendations contain information about the physiological foundation of bio management effect (biofeedback - BFB). Applying BFB in order to control the functional state based on facts of psycho-physiological symptoms dynamics. The recommendations are for neuropsychologists, physiology, students of pedagogical and medical universities.
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Volokitina T.V. Bralnina G.G. Nikitinskaya N.I.
First aid for pupils: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: ООО Press-Print printing company, 2009. – 61 p.
Teaching staff need knowledge to provide first aid for children in schooling establishments. A child’s health and life depends of promptness and correctness of measures done before an ambulance arrives. The reference aid contains first aid measures alphabetically and laconically, measures which are to be known by teaching staff. The publication is useful both to teachers of secondary and special schools and specialists in extra-curricular activities and children’s rest.
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Shlay E.V. Mochalova L.N.
A pre-school speech pathologist: Methodological recommendations.
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2008. – 39 p.
The methodological recommendations for teaching practice are made in accordance with the requirements of the state educational standard approved on 31.01.2005 for speciality 031800 – speech pathology. The author presents tasks, contents, organizational issues of students’ teaching practice. Methodological recommendations of document preparing and practice assignments performing are also given. The programme and methodological recommendations are for students trained to be speech pathologists and students’ teaching practice supervisors.
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Flotskaya N.Yu. Ponomareva M.A.
Psychology of self-cognition: Methodological recommendations.
Arkhangelsk: PSU publishing department, 2007. – 62 p.
The methodological recommendations feature the contents of self-cognition psychology course. They include an example of topics plan, lectures and workshops plans, bibliographies on topics, independent work assignments, tasks and methods of self-assessment, questions for checking oneself, test questions. Designed for students of psychology and special pedagogy faculties
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Ponomareva V.N. Kanzhin A.V.
Perinatal pathology of the nervous system and its effects on children. Infantile cerebral paralysis: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2005.– 51 p.
The recommendations present perinatal pathology and most common effects such as nervous system impairments in children which demand long-term medical and pedagogical rehabilitation. Main clinical symptoms of ICP perinatal pathology and aspects of the nervous system development dynamics are covered as well. Special attention is paid to early diagnosis of ICP, speech disorders and intellectual disabilities related to cerebral paralysis. The appendix features characteristics of babies’ neurologic check-up, comparative characteristic of normal and abnormal development, criteria of ICP early diagnosis in the first year of life. The publication is for pedagogical universities and can be useful for special teachers, speech pathologists, psychologists working with children of the tender age, as well as paediatricians and medical universities students.
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Kanzhin A.V. Ponomareva V.N.
Higher cortical functions disorders in children: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2005. – 27 p.
The methodological recommendations present basics of regional diagnosis of higher cortical functions disorders. The topics examined include the cerebral cortex anatomy, classification, clinical symptoms and diagnosis of praxis, gnosis and speech disorders. The methodological recommendations are for students of pedagogical universities special education faculties. They can be of help to special teachers and speech pathologists.
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Valkova N.Yu. Afanasenkova N.V. Bralnina G.G.
Alcohol influence on the human body: Methodological recommendations
– Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2004. – 19 p.
The methodological recommendations provide information necessary to hold discussions of alcohol effects on the body of an adult and a teenager. The recommendations are for students’ independent studies at courses of preventive addiction medicine, healthy lifestyle, can be used by school teachers to prepare discussions with pupils.
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Podoplekin D.N.
Clinical and physiological features of children with Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder: Methodological recommendations
Arkhangelsk: Pomor University, 2004. – 16 pages
The methodological recommendations contain information about signs of children ADHD, consider psycho-physiological features of attention; current views on formation mechanisms of Attention deficit hyperactivity disorder, clinical and electrophysiological symptoms of ADHD. Methodological recommendations are designed for students of special pedagogy faculties and other pedagogical professions, parents and medical staff