One of the greater challenges of teaching students with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder, or ADHD, is that students who have it don’t retain or recall information well. There are a lot of ways to help teachers instruct children who have ADHD in such a manner that they learn more effectively.
From taking pictures, to universalizing themes, and encouraging students to master even small skills, will build the kind of self-confidence that is required for a student with ADHD to learn well. Branching out activities like singing, writing, crafting and group reading can help students with ADHD engage in the material and succeed.

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