Teaching Strategies for Students with ADD/ADHD

Girl thinking  The articles below outline suggestions and strategies to use when working with students who have attention deficit disorder. Effective classroom teaching requires knowledge about ADD/ADHD, a solid grounding in behavioral management, skill in instructional design, and an awareness of the disorder's medical components. The resources below will assist you in getting help for students with attention deficit disorder, modifying instruction, and successfully communicating with a student's family.

Getting Help for Students with ADD/ADHD

Teaching Students with ADD/ADHD

 

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