ADHD at School: Teacher Resources and Tips

How teachers can help ADHD students shine in the classroom by fostering structure, routine, good communication, and fun.

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Tips for Teachers: ADHD children need help speaking in class and presenting their school work

Parents of children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADD/ADHD), is your child's teacher doing everything to support learning? Teachers often dictate the success or failure of a child's education -- particularly if that child has attention deficit disorder. Next to parents, teachers are the most influential people in a student's life. When a teacher expresses to an ADHD child that he is capable and worthwhile, the child believes it.

Here's how you can establish a supportive, structured classroom that will encourage learning, enforce discipline, and boost self-esteem, as well as a number of thoughtful ADHD teacher resources.

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TAGS: For Teachers of ADHD Children, School Behavior

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