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ADD/ADHD tips and advice for teachers.

Classroom Rules That Keep Students' Attention on Learning

How to establish clear expectations, incentives, and consequences for all students in a classroom that fosters uninterrupted learning... more »

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First, Learn to Listen. Then, Listen to Learn.

Stopping, paying attention, listening — these skills do not come naturally to students with ADHD. So use these... "I heard you!" »

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Be That Teacher Who Breaks Through

Students with ADHD learn differently. This presents a challenge and an opportunity — for more visual, collaborative, interactive,... more »

Teachers of Children with ADHD Can Use the Stoplight System to Improve Classroom Behavior.

Why the Stoplight System Works

Many teachers swear by this system for managing the classroom behavior of children with ADHD who need clear... more »

Don't assume that your child means to ignore you.

Say It Once. Know They'll Listen. And Follow.

Use a bell to grab their attention. Establish eye contact or give a gentle tap on the shoulder... more »

Homework Help for an ADHD Student

12 Ways to Make Instructions Sink In

How can a child with ADHD follow your instructions if he can't focus long enough to hear them?... more »

ADD/ADHD Time Management Tools for School Children with Attention Deficit Disorder

Apps to Organize ADHD Students at School

Tools for children with ADHD that provide homework help and aid in organization and time management. ... more »

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My nine-year-old attention deficit hyperactivity (ADHD) daughter has a 504 Plan at school, but her teachers don’t always...

I have learned that not only is it okay to be a strong advocate for your child, but it’s necessary.

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