New! A Free Back-to-School Master Class from ADDitude
Sign up below for instant access to ADDitude’s free 10-part ADHD master class for educators and parents. You will receive a free syllabus for this self-guided course with modules on ADD accommodations, executive functions, behavior challenges, homework problems, learning differences, and much more.
Sign Up for ADDitude's Free Back-to-School Master Class
Enroll in this free self-guided class to understand and solve the Top 10 learning hurdles facing students with ADHD and learning differences, and receive more school resources via email.
Welcome to ADDitude’s self-guided master class designed to explain and solve the Top 10 learning hurdles facing students with ADHD and other learning differences.
This course, featuring instructional videos from the world’s foremost experts in neurodivergent education, will guide parents and educators through a full syllabus of 51 webinar replays, 72 essential articles, 33 expert Q&As, 39 downloadable resources to share, 17 self-tests, 33 expert Q&As, 15 supplemental videos, and more.
Each lesson revolves around a common challenge for neurodivergent students:
- Learning Hurdle #1: ADHD Misinformation (How to educate educators on ADHD and recognize early signs of ADHD in the classroom)
- Learning Hurdle #2: ADHD Accommodations (How to advocate for your child, secure an effective IEP or 504 Plan, and ensure it’s being followed)
- Learning Hurdle #3: Distractibility and Inattention (How to help students hear and follow directions without losing focus or interest)
- Learning Hurdle #4: Weak Executive Functions (How to bolster executive function skills commonly impacted by ADHD, including working memory, prioritization, and time management)
- Learning Hurdle #5: Behavior Challenges (How to address and prevent the classroom behaviors that interfere with learning such as interrupting, hitting, and fidgeting)
- Learning Hurdle #6: Homework Problems (How to help students accurately log, prioritize, complete, and hand in assignments on time)
- Learning Hurdle #7: Learning Differences (How to best serve and teach students who have dyslexia, dysgraphia, dyscalculia, auditory processing, dyspraxia, and other learning differences)
- Learning Hurdle #8: Social Struggles (How to teach social and emotional-regulation skills so that kids can make and keep friends more easily)
- Learning Hurdle #9: School Collaboration (How to facilitate and participate in parent-teacher-student cooperation and communication, particularly around accommodations)
- Learning Hurdle #10: Motivation and Resilience (How to build internal and external motivation to encourage resilience in students when they face school challenges)
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.