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Supporting Students with ADHD During Remote Learning

 
Dr. Ned Hallowell speaks on the challenges students with ADHD face with remote learning

Many students with ADHD or other learning challenges struggle in the classroom. With the sudden shift to distance learning, those children face the additional challenge of classroom instruction in the home environment.

Distractions at home and the presence of parents, siblings, or guardians pose increased difficulties, but by tapping into the strengths of children with ADHD Dr. Hallowell shows how teachers can find ways to support these children and accomplish everyone’s learning goals . He reviews how ADHD affects academic achievement and offer suggestions on the best practices and strategies for schools to use to promote creativity and achievement.


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