Not available November 9? Don’t worry. Register now and we’ll send you the replay link to watch at your convenience.Self-regulation challenges, heightened moodiness, social anxieties, and increased academic demands can intensify the pressure bearing down on middle and high school students with ADHD.
With deficits in the areas of executive functioning and motivation, many teens become checked out and stressed out, frustrated by the constant struggle to keep up in class.
These students appear unmotivated, and unwilling, to do class assignments and homework. Their refrain: Why bother?This leads caregivers and educators to feel exasperated — unsure how to balance autonomy, support, and accountability for underperformance in their students.Read more on additudemag.com