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Children's Health Council

Teaching Middle School Students with ADHD

January 24, 2019
4:30 pm - 6:00 pm


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Do you have students in your middle school classes that call out, seem inattentive or disruptively interrupt the class?

It’s not surprising that these students are at risk for school failure. The behaviors you see might not be just ADHD but may be fueled by anxiety or by both! This workshop will help you understand the similarities and differences between these two conditions so your interventions and strategies will be optimally effective in mitigating these students' learning challenges in the classroom. Attend this educators’ session to learn more about the structure and strategies that you can build into your class to alleviate the disruptive behavior that can occur with students with ADHD. Presented by Chris Harris, MEd, Director of EBC Schools at CHC.

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