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04/07/2022


First and Foremost,

It's essential to keep in mind that it's complicated for a student with ADHD to suddenly change from one subject, task, or class to another. So, the more predictable the next thing is, the easier it will be for them to adapt and keep up with the rest of the class.

Approach Lessons with a Predictable Touch

Structure and stability are crucial elements for children with ADHD, many of whom do not adapt well to change. For this reason, you can go for a method that's easy to follow or explain things in quite a segmented manner, with concrete steps, which make it very clear what is expected of them and the consequences for not doing so.

Set Learning Expectations

Let students know what they are expected to learn during class. In this way, you establish achievable and measurable goals from the get-go.

Set Behavioral Expectations

Make it clear how students should behave while doing the activities or explaining the lesson. Most children with ADHD struggle with this, so be patient with them if you see them doing their best to behave well.

Indicate the Necessary Materials

It's better to inform the class about the materials they will require later on, no matter how obvious they may seem.

Help your child find academic success for the rest of the school year with the help of The Tutoring Center, Kansas City. Learn more about their educational programs and their tutoring approach by giving them a call at 816-781-0000. Don't forget to schedule your free diagnostic assessment for tutoring in Kansas City!

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