The 3 Rs of ADHD at School: Routines, Rules, Reminders

Never underestimate the power of a teacher who recognizes and harnesses the effectiveness of structure, communication, and interactive learning — especially for students with ADHD. Share these 10 powerful ideas with your child's teacher to help build a lifelong love for learning!

Give Appropriate Supervision

Children with ADHD require more supervision than their peers because of their delayed maturity, forgetfulness, distractibility, and disorganization. Help these students by pairing them with classmates who can remind him of homework and classwork, using student partners to team up on a project, and involving classroom aides as much as you can during and after class.
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