Openness at School

This teacher offers an open door for dialogue on ADHD in her classroom.

I’m very open about my children’s ADHD. As an educator, I want to know all I can about what drives the students in my classroom, and I want to offer openness to my children’s teachers. When teachers know about the condition, it opens the door for dialogue about the specific organizational and behavior-management techniques that might help each child.

Denise Cook, Houston

TAGS: Talking About ADD, For Teachers of ADHD Children

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