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Sep 21, 2023

Given the prevalence of ADHD, every educator should assume they’ll be teaching at least one student with the condition. Evelyn Polk Green, M.S.Ed., highlights myths about ADHD, and the facts and accommodations teachers need to know.

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Sep 5, 2023

Laura Barr, M.Ed., counsels caregivers and neurodivergent college-bound students on factors to consider during a college search and how to make the process much less stressful for applicants with executive functioning challenges.

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Aug 25, 2023

Twice exceptional students may perform above average in some areas and below average in others. Mary Ruth Coleman, Ph.D., discusses how to identify students who are 2e and understand their unique hurdles to help them cope with stress and avoid burnout.

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Aug 7, 2023

Students who have ADHD and other executive functioning deficits are often misunderstood by educators. Brandon Slade shares research involving EF skills development and actionable supports that can help neurodivergent students succeed academically.

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Jun 29, 2023

Gregory A. Fabiano, Ph.D., teaches teachers how the core features of ADHD are magnified by classroom expectations, the limitations of traditional approaches, and strategies and supports educators can use to help students with ADHD flourish.

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