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*I'll Do Better Tomorrow
Ever read the diary of a kid with ADHD?
- NEW!

*Memory-Makers or Spirit-Breakers?
A reminder for parents and teachers that
ADHD manifests itself in behaviors we can't always change, correct, or "punish."

*Bill of Rights for Misunderstood Kids!
A Bill of Rights for children who struggle with ADD/ADHD!

-- you can find more help for teaching misunderstood kids
on the "Lessons Learned" page.

...and now for the links...each blue title bar links to more resources!

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ADHD teaching

A letter, of sorts, to all of you
who have dedicated your lives to meeting the needs of the kids in your classroom --
a bit of my heart to yours!

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ADD Teacher

 These sites provide information related to current issues of concern to educators.
* I've also included links to specific ARTICLES related to issues in education.

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ADD Teacher

 These links, listed alphabetically and annotated,
provide teachers with online lessons, interactive projects, and Internet tutorials!

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ADD Teacher

 Resource links listed alphabetically and annotated;
they are the most comprehensive in content that I have found and
include all subject areas and grade levels!

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ADD Teacher

ADD Teacher

ADD Teacher

 Annotated links, listing sites by subject area,
and include all content areas and grade levels.

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Classroom Strategies

A worthwhile "To-Do" list
which should become daily practice for all of us
as educators in any classroom.

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Teaching Tips

 A comprehensive glossary
for teachers of all types of learners and age groups. Well done!

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Teaching Tips

 We all teach people who could achieve more --
if given the opportunity, the environment, the interaction that works for that individual.
This is a helpful article encouraging us to meet these kids' needs.

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Teaching Tips

 Plan, structure, balance, organize, use, monitor,
and enjoy Learning Groups in your classroom!

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Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

Attention Deficit Disorder

 Resources that will increase our understanding
and improve our ability to meet students' needs:
I recommend these sites to all teachers, not just those in special education.

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Attention Deficit Disorder

 Information that I've found useful
regarding ADHD and learning disabilities.

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Classroom Strategies

I thought ADHD was an excuse
used by parents who didn't want to be held accountable--
then my son was born!
These are practical steps a teacher can take
to help the students learn and feel confident in the classroom environment.

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Interventions

An informative and well-written article written by a father and educator.
If you have time to read just one page on this site, this should be the one--
there is practical advice, as well as researched study, in this article.

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Interventions

Dr. David Rabiner has researched teachers' perspectives on students with ADHD
and writes a valuable article about how those perceptions play out
in the classroom, period by period, for a student with multiple teachers.

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Teaching Tips

I'm a quote collector--these relate to our profession,
our roles as teachers, our purposes in the classroom!

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Learning

 Sometimes we need to remind ourselves why we do what we do...

Education

My blog:

* Lessons of Passion

Another site which may provide helpful resources:

* Mrs. H's Lions' Den - My Academic Success Web Site

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