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Category Archives: Teaching Strategies

ADHD and Autism: Science and Reading

ADHD and Autism: Reading and science. Important part of many professions.  It’s not enough to read aloud. It`s important to understand upper-level books. Classroom strategies help students to gain knowledge. Science teachers often hold the responsibility for much of teaching reading in high school. Are they prepared? Not alone. What’s the problem? Reading is extremely […]

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Feedback: Conversations to School Success

Teacher talks. Our ADHD kids talk back. The never-ending circle continues. What is it? Feedback. Feedback is a research-based technique that improves classroom instruction. It is an essential part of education.  The question is how. Methods used for teens and young adults with ADHD integrate IEPs and 504 Plans to identify abilities and challenges. Unfortunately […]

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How Teachers Teach Matters, Especially with ADHD

It goes without saying:  Students with ADHD have challenges beyond paying attention.  Teacher-directed, student-centered strategies create an environment for academic success.  Increasing involvement and responsibility for learning is key. ADHD is a disability that impacts physical, mental, and emotional components of an affected person.  ADHD in teens and young adults is further impacted in academics, […]

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ADHD folks: Looking for flexibility? Try Universal Design for Learning.

UDL isn’t the same ol’ thing. Flexible environments accommodate individual learning differences. This scientifically valid framework is especially beneficial to students with ADHD. Universal design is an educational process based on cognitive neuroscience research. It is a blueprint for creating instructional goals, methods, materials, and assessments. Especially important for students with ADHD, UDL is designed […]

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ADHD kids questioning authority? It’s inquiry-based learning.

Question, after question, after question is annoying. Reduce the obnoxiousness. Student curiousity is seeking the the truth, information, and knowledge. Inquiry-based learning combines student curiousity to enhance critical-thinking skills. The process seeks resolutions to questions and issues while constructing knowledge. They gather information and manipulate data, through applying the senses (seeing, hearing, touching, tasting, smelling). […]

Students with ADHD Left Out in the Cold? Try Inclusion.

Good things happen when students with and without disabilities learn together. Inclusion is an all-embracing societal ideology. It rejects the use of special schools or classrooms for students with disabilities. In inclusive classrooms, all students belong, are equally valued, and deserve the same experiences and opportunities. They learn by being together, improved by diversity. Students […]