Students with ADHD are part of every learning environment and can expect us as educators and school leaders to provide accommodations to support social, emotional, and academic success.
Join us and learn what the research literature suggests are evidence-based, classroom-possible interventions for students with ADHD.
- Living with ADHD
- Types of ADHD
- How ADHD Presents in Learning Spaces
- Curiosity over Criticism
- Reframing and redirecting symptoms of ADHD with curiosity, instead of criticism
- Delivering redirections in a warm, helpful tone
- Physical Activity
- How physical activity supports social, emotional, and academic achievement
- Opportunities for physical activity during and out of class
- Why taking recess away as a consequence for ADHD symptoms is counterproductive
- Social and Emotional Learning
- Developing a nuanced emotional vocabulary
- Regulation and Coregulation strategies
- Setting and Respecting Healthy Boundaries
- Frequent Prompting and Positive Feedback
- AAABC Behavior Framework
- How positive feedback increases likelihood of helpful behaviors in classrooms
While the course is asynchronous and online, Dr. Tim Grivois responds to each assignment and provides personalized feedback and coaching. Register today and equip yourself and your team to support students with ADHD effectively.