Summer slide? It’s not in the playground. Don’t fall victim. Something comes up and steals academic progress, as much as 2 months. Summer slide describes the loss of academic skills over the summer break. As a result, education does not continue. This loss is especially severe for students with ADHD because they are not engaged […]
Homebound teens and young adults with learning disabilities and ADHD? Try math remediation with these strategies.
Teens and young adults with ADHD often need math remediation due to the lack of basic skills. The process is designd to bring students who are lagging behind to the achievement level of their peers. Instructional methods are interventions created by defining targeted objectives that “fill the academic gap.” Care should be taken in designing […]
Parents of teens and young adults with ADHD: Did you ever wonder how to improve retention? Continue learning during down times. Traveling on the Wayback Machine… Wow! My first day at a new school. I just have to wonder…Why is a math teacher in a reading class? It’s okay. I was an Associate Clinic Director […]