Teachers with ADHD Students
There are various symptoms associated with ADHD and no two children with ADHD behave exactly the same way. While ADHD is a complex diagnosis. I have systems in place to help teachers learn how to better deal with their ADHD students.
If you often find yourself connecting to any of the following, contact me for a free consultation.
- My class is full of diverse learners.
- It is hard to meet everyone’s needs.
- My classroom is so disorganized, but I am not sure how to change it.
- I have several children in my class who have ADHD, but they all act differently. How can they have the same diagnosis?
- There are days that seem so out of control.
- Sometimes I think an ADHD diagnosis is just an excuse for not doing well in school. Am I missing something?”
In fact, the behavior of children with ADHD can vary widely in different contexts (i.e., home, school, ball field, playground), and thus, can present many challenges to, you, the classroom teacher. You may also feel unprepared to deal with these challenges.
The school year is so important for developing persistence, confidence, and mastery. Allow it to be rewarding for you and your students.
At Brainwise Strategies, we will discuss the complex nature of ADHD and the impact on your classroom. We will consider different strategies that would work well with your curriculum and classroom schedule. Consistent communication with parents is also critical. Together, we will explore how to best convey your classroom concerns and observations.