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Effectiveness of seminar for school teachers on management of attention deficit children at selected schools in morena, Madhya Pradesh, India

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Arya Sandeep
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Health Sciences
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Background: In India, twenty one community based studies conducted over a period from 1964 to 2000 identified 0.48% to 29.40% of children who had mental illness. Prevalence rate of ADHD children in India is 12.82% reported by ICMR (1988-1991), 4.67% reported by AIIMS Delhi (1980-82). At least 3% of school age children suffer serious attention deficit problems. Objectives: To assess the learning needs of teachers about management of attention deficit in terms of need assessment opinionnaire; to assess the knowledge of school teachers about management of attention deficit in children as measured by a structured knowledge questionnaire; to evaluate the effectiveness of seminar on management of attention deficit children in terms of gain in knowledge score and to find out association between pretest & posttest knowledge score of school teachers about management of attention deficit with their selected demographic variables Methods and Materials: An evaluatory research approach with one group pretest posttest design was employed among 30 primary school teachers selected by purposive sampling technique and by administrating Need assessment opinionnaire. Data was collected by administrating a structured knowledge questionnaire before and after seminar. Results: Result of this study showed that mean post test knowledge score i.e. 17.40 than mean pretest knowledge score i.e. 11.07 of primay school teachers. The difference in knowledge score was statistically siginificant at 0.05 level (t test = 7.3). Association between knowledge score and demographic variables found non significant in both pretest and posttest. Conclusion: It was concluded that seminar was effective in terms of gain in knowledge.

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