The ADHD Learning Series for Educators
This guided newsletter series equips educators with realistic and effective solutions to the specific academic and behavioral challenges associated with ADHD in the classroom while educating them about the sometimes surprising ways ADHD manifests, especially in girls.
Free Teacher Training on ADHD
This 9-part email series guides educators through a comprehensive understanding of ADHD in children, and how to effectively address its symptoms at school in ways that build brains — and self-esteem. Start this curated curriculum and get more expert advice from ADDitude.
In a recent ADDitude survey, less than half of educators said they receive formal training to help them understand and effectively teach students with ADHD and its comorbid conditions. This is unacceptable. So, as a first step, ADDitude has created this guided, curated email learning series to equip educators with accurate, up-to-date information about ADHD, plus realistic and effective solutions to the specific academic and behavioral challenges associated with ADHD in the classroom.
Your training will begin immediately with an introduction to ADHD and executive dysfunction, what these looks like in the classroom, and how a teacher can tranform the learning and happiness of neurodivergent students. Each week, you will receive a new lesson about effective accommodations, common learning differences associated with ADHD, effective teaching strategies for different learners, encouraging consistently positive behavior, and much more…
PART ONE: Understanding ADHD and Executive Function
PART TWO: Accommodations and the Parent Relationship
PART THREE: Learning Challenges
PART FOUR: Focusing and Following Directions
PART FIVE: Better Behavior
PART SIX: Organization and Time Management
PART SEVEN: Addressing Hyperactivity
PART EIGHT: Motivation, Emotions, and Self-Esteem
PART NINE: Homework and Studying
NOTE: This resource is for personal use only.