Teaching Students with Emotional & Behavioral Disorders (page: 4 of 6)

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  • Positive Discipline for Students with ADHD
    Children with ADHD tend to need frequent redirection. Positive discipline techniques are better for children with ADHD than constant nagging and negative talk. Here's how to use positive discipline techniques when teaching children with ADHD.
  • Using Exercise Balls as Classroom Desk Chairs for Students with ADD
    Exercise balls can be useful for children diagnosed with ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder). When seated on exercise balls, children can improve their focus and concentration on school work and homework. Read on for more information on advantages of using exercise balls for seating.
  • Strategies in Teaching Children With ADHD
    Frank Coppola said, "I prefer to distinguish ADD as Attention Abundance Disorder. Everything is just so interesting...remarkably at the same time." Changing how you view ADHD can change how those with ADHD view themselves. Learn more about teaching strategies for children with ADHD.
  • ADHD: Teaching Strategies
    When a teacher has one or more ADHD-diagnosed students, the challenge is to present lessons in a manner that can steer around the students’ symptoms of inattention, hyperactivity, and impulsiveness. This challenge is easily met when using these teaching strategies for ADHD students.
  • Managing Your ADHD Students: Taking It Outdoors For Nature Therapy
    Traditionally, medications such as Ritalin are commonly used to treat ADHD in children and adults. Lately however, more attention has been brought to supplemental therapies, such as nature therapy, as an alternative treatment. Activities can be implemented both at home and at school.
  • Creating a Safety Plan for Students with ADHD
    Students with ADHD should have a safety plan that includes emergency procedures and protocol in a personalized handbook that is accessible and detailed with their disability in mind. A student-centered plan will teach students with ADHD how to respond in case of a school emergency.
  • Team Work: How Teachers and Parents Can Help a Student with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder)
    Students with ADHD are often overwhelmed in school and at home with class work and homework. Because of ADHD, they see the work as far too much and believe that completion is impossible. When the teacher and the parents work as a team they can help the student to be successful.
  • Increase Time on Task for Students with ADHD
    ADHD in children can often lead to problems completing classwork, participating in small groups, and paying attention to directions or lessons. You can work with your students with ADHD to increase their time on task by using positive reinforcement. Praise can help students focus on their tasks.
  • Using Story Boards For Students with ADHD
    Story boards have lots of great uses, but are you getting the most out of yours? Read the tips below to maximize your story board use. From academic lesson plans to self esteem workshops for students with ADHD, the story board has a multitude of uses you may never have thought of!
  • Intervention Techniques and Strategies for Special Ed Teachers
    Teachers who work in the special education classroom can greatly benefit from learning intervention strategies for students with emotional or behavioral issues. These types of interventions can prevent or lessen the impact of a student's aggressive behavior toward teachers or other schoolchildren.
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