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9 ADHD Strategies Every Teacher Should Know

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Success in the classroom is a two-way street. To learn, students must show up prepared and excited for class. But teachers have to prepare as well.

Understanding a student’s unique challenges will help teacher and student become a winning team. Here are valuable strategies from a student with ADHD to clue teachers in to how students with ADHD learn best.I don’t always make eye contact, sit upright, or even sit still, but that doesn't mean I’m not listening.

If you’re not sure, ask me what you just said rather than constantly asking if I’m paying attention. If I respond correctly, then I am.

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