When he eventually became depressed — common for kids with ADHD — I made it my mission to ensure Nick’s teachers knew what interventions were working at home and what could help at school. Here’s what I’ve learned, and what I think every teacher should understand, too.
Some classroom interventions are helpful and others only make things worse. Parents can be a valuable resource.
Read More in the Boston Globe.
Dr. Hallowell’s ADHD Tips for Teachers
If the teacher can master the following tips, teaching students with ADHD should become much easier and more effective. These students can transform over the school year. They can change from being your most frustrating students to your most rewarding.
The following tips on classroom management of ADHD were presented in Driven to Distraction. They are revised, updated, and reprinted here because we have heard from many teachers that they have found them to be very helpful.
Learn more with the 10 tips on the classroom management of ADHD.
Learn about Dr. Hallowell’s online ADHD videos, designed to help teachers effectively manage ADHD in the classroom HERE.
If you’d like to have Dr. Hallowell speak at your school, learn more HERE.