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Making School Manageable for ADHD and Disorganized Students
Making School Manageable for ADHD and Disorganized Students

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Students with learning differences don't learn the same way as the majority of students in a classroom. But there have been ways found that can help all learners excel in the classroom. Consider kindly sharing some of these ideas and research behind it to the educators in your child's life. They may already be doing a lot of these things but there may be some new ideas that could help all students, especially those with learning challenges. http://ow.ly/esLX30li27d
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It's sad to see more and more schools cutting recess time. This groundbreaking study has shown how actually increasing recess time, among K-1 students in particular, helps with focus, improves academics, decreases anxiety and improves attendance. Some food for thought! http://ow.ly/6l2630ldOCw
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We know it's tiring raising a child with ADHD. Here are some great positive parenting strategies and important ways to shift your thinking so that your child lives up to their potential. http://ow.ly/MvGF30lmoyP
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Are you aware of your child's learning style? HomeworkCoach has found, through our work with dozens of clients, that ADHD children (and LD children in general) learn best in an interactive environment. Take the time to get to know what type of learning style your child learns best in. Then you can help arrange their homework time and study sessions based on which way they learn best. https://www.homeworkcoach.com/adhd-learning-style/
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Help your child learn all summer long. You can continue to decrease summer learning loss by exposing your kids to learning experiences all summer. Cultural activities can add a lot of fun and educational stimulation. Try a museum, zoo, botanical garden, theater production or even concert! http://ow.ly/fNI830ldN7E
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Welcome to the brain of someone with #ADHD
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Many parents worry about how their child's ADHD medication will affect them, especially long term. Here's a little bit of research on the issue: http://ow.ly/QMQJ30lf0ak
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A lot of kids with learning and attention issues have a difficult time with reading. These graphic organizers can help keep your child's thoughts organized when reading and comprehending. Give them a try: http://ow.ly/Rj4d30leZly
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When students do not understand how their brains learn and retain material, they can develop misconceptions about themselves as learners -- such as a faulty assumption that they are bad at a subject or that they suffer from performance anxiety. Here are a few key principles that teachers/parents can use and share with students to help them demystify the learning process.
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If your student struggles with attention issues, check out these apps which may help to keep them focused and organized. The summer is a great time to try something new! http://ow.ly/2w8R30l6e8u
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