Strategies for students with ADHD
In this course you will
- Learn about ADHD as a condition
- Develop proactive classroom management techniques
- Minimise disruption and maximise engagement
Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder is a condition that can have serious implications on your class and our ability to deliver effective lessons.
Join Hilary Nunns as she gives you the strategies to proactively address instances of a student in your class with ADHD to the benefit of these students and others.
Australian Professional Standards for Teachers: 1.5 and 4.1
This course contributes to 3 professional development hours.
Strategies for students with ADHD may be logged as 2 hours of NESA Elective PD. Suggested descriptors: 1.5.2, 4.1.2
4.5 star average rating
(Based off 705 reviews)
“This course was practical and scientific. Evidence based actions for teaching students of diverse learning impairments. Well done!” – Teacher in TAS
“The strategies provided to help assist ADHD students were great. I also really enjoyed the explanation of the physical brain and how it is different for students with ADHD – little dopamine.” – Teacher in QLD
“Really good that explanations were given for brain activity, behavioural changes, medications and their effect. A comprehensive course that covered all areas. This will make me a better teacher.” – Teacher in NSW
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