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Listen Up for Learning

Make sure students don't miss a moment of instruction with these tips for drawing their focus... Hearing what's important »

ADD/ADHD students: Class participation

How to Encourage Class Participation

Expert strategies to help teachers elicit good in-class participation from all students -- especially those with ADHD and... more »

Four motivating ways to help ADHD kids become better spellers.

For Teachers: Helping ADHD Children Spell

Four motivating ways to help children with ADHD become better spellers. ... more »

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50 Ways to Help Learning Happen

ADHD kids learn best when the teaching style plays to their strengths. Support all types of learners with... Strategies for success »

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The Well-Balanced School Day

How to transform your classroom into a stimulating hub of learning with some healthy variety and steady rules... more »

Homework Help for an ADHD Student

12+ Ways to Help ADHD Students Follow Directions

Children with ADHD have a hard time following instructions because they can't stay focused long enough to clearly... more »

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ADHD Secrets My Teacher Should Know

A student with attention deficit gives advice to his teacher to bring out their unified best in the... Learning from each other »

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Today's Question :

"My ADHD child’s third-grade teacher makes him sit alone during lunch, at a desk about 15 feet away...

Know how much it matters to an ADHD student that you believe in her

— Sandra Rief, M.A.

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