School-Wide Strategies for Managing - HYPERACTIVITY

National Association of Special

 Education Teachers

 (NASET)

 The Practical Teacher

This Week's Topic:

School-Wide Strategies for Managing - HYPERACTIVITY

Hyperactive students tend to have a very high energy level, act impulsively and can be behaviorally distracting. They may fidget, play with objects, tap pencils so loudly against their desk that kids from across the room look over at them, or blurt out answers to teacher questions before the instructor is even finished asking them. When working with students who are hyperactive or impulsive, teachers should keep in mind that these students are very often completely unaware that others view their behavior as distracting or annoying.....(NASET Members - Login to access this issue of The Practical Teacher)

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