"My ADHD Teaching Strategies That Benefit All Students."
After my son’s diagnosis, I made it my mission to learn everything I could about ADHD. In the process of helping my son, I totally revolutionized the way I teach my own students — both the neurotypical and the atypical ones. Here are some small but critical changes I made that don’t require an IEP or 504 Plan, yet make a real, measurable difference.
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Edit: work better *with* background sounds
Music while working is my worst nightmare. I just end up listening to the music or singing along if I know the words. Or jiggling about in my chair while I ‘dance about’. I can work better without background sounds, eg the countryside or coffee shop chatter.