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Classroom and Education Management

by admin1 on May 3, 2014

in ADHD & Education, Advocating, Children, E-Book, Education, For Teachers, School Issues, Students

Written by Harold Robert Meyer, MBA, SCAC and Susan Karyn Lasky, MA, SCAC

Management of children with ADHD is critical; it means providing the right structure, environment, behavior modifications and, in the classroom, appropriate teaching strategies. Without these, the child with ADD is truly learning disabled, in that he or she is not available for learning.  Here are nine pages of tested advice on what makes a good parent-manager, and how to be a good teacher-manager. This article is available as part of our E-Book, Managing ADHD at School


Harold Meyer and Susan Lasky are both Board Certified and Senior Certified ADHD Coaches.

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