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"ADHD is not a matter of willpower. It is a problem with the dynamics of the chemistry of the brain." –Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D. http://additu.de/motivate Real Friends, Executive Function, School Success, School Week, Working Memory, Mom Stuff, Stressful Situations, Strong Motivation, Human Brain
The Mystery of ADHD Motivation, Solved
"ADHD is not a matter of willpower. It is a problem with the dynamics of the chemistry of the brain." –Thomas E. Brown, Ph.D. http://additu.de/motivate
Children with ADHD do best when the curriculum is relevant to their life experiences and allows them choices. http://additu.de/mcweb10f Behavior Board, How To Motivate, Classroom Expectations, Be Motivated, Math Worksheet, Teaching Strategies
How to Motivate (Not Demoralize) a Student with ADHD
Children with ADHD do best when the curriculum is relevant to their life experiences and allows them choices. http://additu.de/mcweb10f
"Anxiety is good at making us believe that we can’t handle what comes our way." - Caroline Buzanko, Ph.D. http://additu.de/hard Neurodivergent Quotes, Do Hard Things, Halloween Coloring Pages, Halloween Coloring, Some Words
Q: “My Anxious Child Is Convinced She Can’t Do Hard Things.”
"Anxiety is good at making us believe that we can’t handle what comes our way." - Caroline Buzanko, Ph.D. http://additu.de/hard
"Teens with ADHD often have a deep-seated fear of failure. It can look like a problem with motivation. " - Rick Fiery http://additu.de/1c1 Failure To Launch, Coding Camp, Fear Of Failure, After High School, Summer Jobs, Dream Career, Couch Potato
Q: What If My Teen Lacks All Career Ambition and Direction?
"Teens with ADHD often have a deep-seated fear of failure. It can look like a problem with motivation. " - Rick Fiery http://additu.de/1c1
Many kids with ADHD are aware when they return from drifting off, but not when focus begins to fade. http://additu.de/nomotivation Reward System, Do Homework, Brain Dump, Coping Strategies, Return To Work, Lists To Make
No Motivation? 5 Steps to Build Drive and Confidence
Many kids with ADHD are aware when they return from drifting off, but not when focus begins to fade. http://additu.de/nomotivation
Teens won’t do the work if it’s too hard or too easy. Rewards or threats don’t move the needle of motivation. http://additu.de/teenpolls Internal Motivation, Managing Finances, Do The Work, Freshman Year, What Can I Do, Emotional Intelligence
Motivation for Teens with ADHD: How It Crumbles and Why
Teens won’t do the work if it’s too hard or too easy. Rewards or threats don’t move the needle of motivation. http://additu.de/teenpolls
"The intellectual gifts of twice exceptional students may overshadow their struggles, or vice versa." –Michael Postma, Ph.D., Ed.D. http://additu.de/2esigns Emotional Behavior Disorder, Twice Exceptional, Gifted Children, Limbic System, White Matter, Behavior Disorder, Learning Apps
What Does Twice Exceptional Mean? Identifying and Nurturing Gifted Children with ADHD
"The intellectual gifts of twice exceptional students may overshadow their struggles, or vice versa." –Michael Postma, Ph.D., Ed.D. http://additu.de/2esigns
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Talking With Your Child's Teacher
Use reflective listening to establish rapport with teachers and show that you hear them. http://additu.de/schooltalk
Educational jargon can confuse and intimidate parents. Explain terminology. http://additu.de/mcweb9q Parent Teacher Communication, Dysgraphia, School Displays, Communication Is Key, Attention Deficit, Forms Of Communication, Communications Strategy
Stay in Touch with Teachers — and Keep Ahead of Trouble
Educational jargon can confuse and intimidate parents. Explain terminology. http://additu.de/mcweb9q
Establish a communication routine with teachers for updates on your child's progress. http://additu.de/explainadhd Learning Disabilities, Intervention Specialist, How To Explain, Impulsive Behavior, Vision Statement, Positive Comments, Constructive Criticism
How to Explain ADHD to a Teacher: Parents Share Their Favorite Tips
Establish a communication routine with teachers for updates on your child's progress. http://additu.de/explainadhd
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9 Ways to Reinvent the Parent-Teacher Conference
Begin each parent-teacher meeting with a positive comment that reflects your individual knowledge of the student. http://additu.de/mcweb9f
Parents, try this: 'I have a suggestion that I think will help my child in the classroom. Please let me know if you agree.' http://additu.de/teacher-communication Teacher Communication, Learning Differences, Harvard Medical School, Negative Comments
How to Talk So Teachers Will Listen: Communication Strategies That Work
Parents, try this: 'I have a suggestion that I think will help my child in the classroom. Please let me know if you agree.' http://additu.de/teacher-communication
"I try to give parents a scientific understanding of ADHD and executive functioning to help them understand the bigger picture." http://additu.de/collab Communication With Parents, Tips For Teachers, Challenging Behaviors, The Bigger Picture, Parent Communication, Bigger Picture
How to Team Up with Parents: Tips from Teachers for Teachers
"I try to give parents a scientific understanding of ADHD and executive functioning to help them understand the bigger picture." http://additu.de/collab
Lead with, “May I share some of what I have learned about ADHD?” Most teachers are grateful to expand their understanding. http://additu.de/adhdscripts Effective Teaching Strategies, Mental Health Counselor, Effective Teaching, What I Have Learned, How To Talk, Parents As Teachers
How to Talk to Teachers About Your Child’s ADHD: Scripts and Tips
Lead with, “May I share some of what I have learned about ADHD?” Most teachers are grateful to expand their understanding. http://additu.de/adhdscripts
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When the Words Just Won't Come Out
Suggest phrases your child can use to “buy time” before speaking, such as “Let me have a minute to think about that." http://additu.de/1br