Teaching Students with ADHD
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Teaching Students with ADHD

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    Maria B.
    PA
    Maria B.

    What kind of environment should be provide them in a classroom?

    Petuel E.
    HT
    Petuel E.

    How Teachers can provide clear rules and procedures as the first strategy?

    Mike L.
    GB
    Mike L.

    Would a student with ADHD benefit from a set routine in the classroom ? The student would know what is expected from them, and at what pace.

    Cleopatra M.
    AG
    Cleopatra M.

    Parents and teachers should be well aware to the signs of ADHD and ADD. Early intervention is key in curbing students behavior in and out of the classroom.

    Raquel G.
    BR
    Raquel G.

    The most important thing is the teacher pays attention on his/her student; check if he/she is following the class. What are the main activities that an ADHD student likes/participates better?

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