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When dealing with ADHD in the classroom, you first of all need to remember to remain calm. Do not let yourself get worked up – you need to be understanding. If you fail to remain calm, not only will you stress yourself out, but you may upset your classroom as well, particularly the student with ADHD that you had a “problem” with in the first place.
Know that when you are dealing with ADHD in the classroom, your child or children with ADHD can be expected to wiggle. They can not sit completely still. If a child with ADHD is sitting completely still, it could mean that he is focusing all of his attention on doing so and is therefore missing out on something else.
Dealing with ADHD in the classroom can be difficult, but you need to know when to take action and when not to. For instance, if you have a child with ADHD who wanders around the classroom, first decide whether or not she is disrupting the class by doing so. If she is not, then let her wander. All that matters in the end is that she is able to get her work done.
Here are some more tips for dealing with ADHD in the classroom:
These are just a few ideas to help you when dealing with ADHD in
the classroom. Of course, you must remember that every child is
different, and what may work with one child who has ADHD may not
work with another. When dealing with ADHD in the classroom, try
to treat all of your students as individuals with individual needs,
problems, and talents.
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