Part #9 - Classroom Accommodations for Students with ADHD

NASET ADHD SERIES

Part # 9 - Classroom Accommodations for Students with ADHD

Introduction

A very important component of a strategy for effectively educating children with ADHD involves physical classroom accommodations. Children with ADHD often have difficulty adjusting to the structured environment of a classroom, determining what is important, and focusing on their assigned work. They are easily distracted by other children or by nearby activities in the classroom. As a result, many children with ADHD benefit from accommodations that reduce distractions in the classroom environment and help them to stay on task and learn. Certain accommodations within the physical and learning environments of the classroom can benefit children with ADHD.

The focus of this final issue of the NASET ADHD Series is to discuss classroom accommodations for students with ADHD

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