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Teachers! How Not to Kill the Spirit in Your ADHD Kids

Desperate for help with your ADHD students?

Tearing your hair out trying to understand why they don’t react or behave like other kids?

Wanting to do the right thing – but not a clue what that is?

Help is at hand!

Teachers are not standardly trained in how to spot ADHD, or any of its coexisting conditions – something we are determined will change with our intended ADHD Act.

Until that happens, Sarah has tried to give teachers all the information and tools needed to not only identify and manage ADHD, but to get the very best out of their ADHD students in the classroom.

Desperate for help with your ADHD students?

Tearing your hair out trying to understand why they don’t react or behave like other kids?

Wanting to do the right thing – but not a clue what that is?

Teachers are not standardly trained in how to spot ADHD, or any of its coexisting conditions – something we are determined will change with our intended ADHD Act.

Until that happens, Sarah has tried to give teachers all the information and tools needed to not only identify and manage ADHD, but to get the very best out of their ADHD students in the classroom.

ADHD Author Sarah Templeton – https://www.sarahtempleton.org.uk

Discover all the ADHD traits from the obvious to the obscure

Understand how ADHD presentations vary dramatically

How standard teaching techniques can be minorly tweaked to achieve major change

Get inside an ADHD brain to understand why even the tone of a voice can impact outcomes

How to recognise ADHD strengths, and how best to channel them

Why they are never going to act like neuro typical kids and why that’s okay

Why ADHD kids are rarely good all-rounders

How are you as their teacher can shape their future more than neurotypical kids

The best tips and techniques for teachers, tutors, lecturers and educators of ADHD kids and adolescents. Also a handbook for adult education deliverers too.

Discover all the ADHD traits from the obvious to the obscure

Understand how ADHD presentations vary dramatically

How standard teaching techniques can be minorly tweaked to achieve major change

Get inside an ADHD brain to understand why even the tone of a voice can impact outcomes

How to recognise ADHD strengths, and how best to channel them

Why they are never going to act like neuro typical kids and why that’s okay

Why ADHD kids are rarely good all-rounders

How are you as their teacher can shape their future more than neurotypical kids

The best tips and techniques for teachers, tutors, lecturers and educators of ADHD kids and adolescents. Also a handbook for adult education deliverers too.

ADHD Author Sarah Templeton – https://www.sarahtempleton.org.uk

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