Helping Children With ADHD by Melissa Neely audiobook

Helping Children With ADHD

By Melissa Neely
Read by Bea Marie

Author's Republic 9781662150616
1.17 Hours 1
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Thank you to all of our professional educators who dedicate themselves to our children! We know how difficult it can be working with ADHD children, so here are your teacher tips for the week, brought to you by the ADHD Information Library and ADDinSchool. Right from day one, make clear rules and post them, with logical consequences and with rewards. Move the ADHD student's desk to where there are fewer distractions. Close to the teacher to monitor and encourage, or near a child who is better able to focus. Privacy boards can work well, but should never embarrass the child. Students with attentional problems do better in classrooms with four walls than in an "open pod" arrangement. Open pods allow too many visual and auditory distracters throughout the day. It is usually better to use of rows for seating arrangement and to try to avoid tables with groups of students. Often the groups are too distracting for the ADHD child. In the ideal setting, provide tables for specific group projects, and traditional rows for independent work.

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Thank you to all of our professional educators who dedicate themselves to our children! We know how difficult it can be working with ADHD children, so here are your teacher tips for the week, brought to you by the ADHD Information Library and ADDinSchool. Right from day one, make clear rules and post them, with logical consequences and with rewards. Move the ADHD student's desk to where there are fewer distractions. Close to the teacher to monitor and encourage, or near a child who is better able to focus. Privacy boards can work well, but should never embarrass the child. Students with attentional problems do better in classrooms with four walls than in an "open pod" arrangement. Open pods allow too many visual and auditory distracters throughout the day. It is usually better to use of rows for seating arrangement and to try to avoid tables with groups of students. Often the groups are too distracting for the ADHD child. In the ideal setting, provide tables for specific group projects, and traditional rows for independent work.

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Available Formats : Digital Download
Category: Nonfiction/Family & Relationships
Runtime: 1.17
Audience: Adult
Language: English