“Best Behavior: Classroom Strategies for Students with ADHD” [podcast episode #189]
Listen to “Best Behavior: Classroom Strategies for Students with ADHD” with Shari Gent
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The start of a brand new faculty year brings alternate upon alternate, transition upon transition — all of which pose oversized challenges for students with ADHD. Anxiety would possibly lead to distractibility, which interferes with attention and finding out. Or it may lead to impulsivity and hyperactivity — a nasty mixture within the classroom. During discussions, a scholar with ADHD may ceaselessly interrupt or distract other students or lose center of attention. He might act before he thinks, leading to unexpected aggression. Or she might liberate her energy via talking with neighbors who're seeking to work.
In different phrases, there are lots of ways in which ADHD signs would possibly interfere with a kid’s ability to make educational development, and hinder learning for all the elegance. As a consequence, students with ADHD are regularly socially isolated and bullied; teachers and oldsters are steadily looking to make positive changes — rapid. Fortunately, research-based strategies can ease the trail to luck.
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This ADHD Experts webinar was first broadcast live on August 10, 2017.
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