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7 Secrets to Studying with ADHD

Learn faster. Retain more. Perform better on tests. Yes, really. With these research-based techniques for studying with ADHD,... A grade-A plan »

 

Homework Secrets for Kids Who Can't Just 'Buckle Down'

First it's a case of the fidgets. Then it's the distraction over there. Then the black hole of... Study strategies for distracted ADHD students»

 
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Why School Stress is Toxic for Our Kids

Chronic stress at school can make kids (particularly those with ADHD or LD) dread going — and change... more »

 
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How to Cut Homework Time in Half

The amount of time spent agonizing over assignments bares no direct correlation to the quantity of knowledge and... Finish in record time »

 
The Home/School Checklist: Helping Teachers Help Your ADHD Child

The Secret Weapon for Better Classroom Behavior

Kids with ADHD don't tolerate ambiguity. They need clear expectations, plus consistent rewards and consequences to keep them... more »

 
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ADHD Secrets My Teacher Should Know

"I need your patient encouragement, not shaming remarks" — an ADHD student shares insight into how he learns... Learning from each other »

 
An ADD / ADHD child acts up at school. Lack of impulse control is a common attention deficit symptom.

Impulse-Control Strategies for Students with ADHD

Why do kids with ADHD call out in class or push in line? Poor impulse control. The solution?... more »

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I requested a 504 Plan for my son, who was recently diagnosed with ADHD, and was told he...

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