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ADHD
ADHD Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

Learning Is a Collaboration
Success in the classroom is a two-way street. To learn, students must be prepared and motivated for class. But teachers have to prepare as well. Understanding a child’s unique challenges will help teachers and students become a winning team. Here are valuable strategies for kids with ADHD to help teachers know how students with ADHD learn best.

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ADHD
Could It Be A Learning Disability?

An ADHD diagnosis isn’t always the answer. Learn how certain red flags, like an inability to communicate or remember facts, might mean your child is struggling with a learning disability.

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Teachers and ADHD

Be That Teacher Who Breaks Through Students with ADHD learn differently. This presents a challenge and an opportunity — for more visual, collaborative, interactive, positive

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Individualizing Education Programs

Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) What’s an IEP? Kids with delayed skills or other disabilities might be eligible for special services that provide individualized education programs

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Homework and ADHD

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Homework and ADHD

Homework and the child with an attention deficit disorder Afrikaans version download [wpdm_file id=3] Organisational ability, time management and study habits rely on the areas

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