Free Guide to Solving Behavior Problems Rooted in Executive Function Deficits
An educator’s guide to solving disruptive behaviors such as blurting out in class and leaving an assigned seat — common challenges for children with ADHD that are rooted in executive dysfunction but mistaken for intentional misbehavior.
When Executive Function Deficits Cause Classroom Disruptions
Talking too much. Blurting out answers. Leaving an assigned seat. These disruptive behaviors — commonly associated with ADHD — are often misperceived as intentional misbehavior. In truth, they are clues that point to a child’s belayed brain maturity and executive dysfunction.
For teachers: In this free download, find 12 helpful solutions to self-control and executive function weaknesses that cause classroom disruptions like talking too much, losing focus, and fidgeting loudly.
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