Teaching & Curriculum for ADHD Students

ADD/ADHD resources for teachers

ADD/ADHD Resources for Teachers

In almost every classroom, a teacher can expect to have at least one student with ADHD. Even though the impulsive and hyperactive behavior of ADHD students can be distracting, there are strategies that can help all students direct their energy to obtain full potential. In this Web guide, find the best resources for teaching students in a classroom setting, small group or one-on-one, so you and all of your students can share a productive learning environment.

Inattention, hyperactivity, fidgeting and impulsivity are all symptoms of Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), also referred to as Attention Deficit Disorder (ADD). For a comprehensive introduction to ADD/ADHD, including information on ADHD treatment and support, consult findingDulcinea’s ADHD Web Guide.

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Teaching & Curriculum for ADHD Students

No two students in the classroom learn the same way; this is certainly true when working with ADD/ADHD students. Use the sites in this section to find lesson plans, activities and interactive games that are tailored to the special needs of ADHD/ADD students.

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  • The first step in teaching to different learning styles is determining what those styles are. Learn more about learning styles and use the “Learning Style Inventory” to find out how your students learn best.
  • Using multimedia to engage students can be very beneficial. Fortunately, the Web is overflowing with a variety of multimedia activities. Many of the sites below offer multimedia resources that can be useful in the classroom.

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ADHD/ADD Support Resources

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