Balancing Students’ Needs with ADHD
Ask the Expert Educator Edition: ADHD & Executive Functioning
Featuring Kristin Sinclair, MA, EC Instructional Coordinator
Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2 p.m.
Did you know that ADHD affects between 8 and 12 percent of school-aged children of all demographics in the United States? In today’s learning environment, teachers must balance the needs of their class while helping students with ADHD learn effectively. This Ask the Expert Educator Edition is designed to help educators identify common ADHD-related learning challenges and learn more about the proven classroom techniques, interventions, and the latest research to enhance school success for students with ADHD.
During the webinar, we’ll discuss how to identify common ADHD-related learning challenges and will explore proven classroom techniques, interventions, and the latest research to enhance school success for students with ADHD.
Kristin D. Sinclair, MA, is an instructional coordinator in the Department of Exceptional Children of the Cabarrus County School System in Concord, NC. Her primary research interests include teacher knowledge and the decision making process to support students with ADHD and early literacy for students at-risk or who have disabilities.
This special Ask the Expert Educator Edition tackles how classroom teachers can meet the needs of their students affected by ADHD and their classmates.
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