Listen to “Best Behavior: Classroom Strategies for Students with ADHD” with Shari Gent, M.S., NCED
Tune in to learn the best ways classroom behavior management strategies for students with ADHD with Shari Gent.
Listen to “Best Behavior: Classroom Strategies for Students with ADHD” with Shari Gent
Shari Gent explains how parents and teachers can ease the path to success for students with ADHD.
In this episode:
- Why typical behavior plans don’t work for students with ADHD
- Three guidelines for managing ADHD behavior at school
- How technology can help manage behavior
- How to keep distracted kids on task
- The benefits of “fidgets”
- Five ways to manage excess energy
- Strategies for dealing with “rude” behavior and impulsivity
- When teachers should get help
- What parents can do to reinforce good behavior at home
- Free Guide: How Fidgets Improve Student Behavior & Focus
- Impulse Control Strategies for School and Home
- Is Your Child Punished for ADHD Behavior at School?
- eBook: A Parent’s Guide to ADHD at School
- “I can’t wait to use this with my teachers, and para-professionals!!”
- “First time listening to a podcast found it very informative I am an educational assistant and also a mother of a child with ADHD. Very useful ideas. Thank you!”
- “What a wonderful podcast!!!! As a professional, I love listening to podcasts for my development, and I adore it when it’s information that is ready to share with parents and teachers. This podcast is full of details and resources that I definitely need to explore. Thank you so much!”
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