There’s something I need to clarify before we get started, and that’s what the phrase, “special education” truly means. You see, when someone hears that his or her child might need special education, it’s easy to automatically assume the worst.
I’m currently working in a position where I work with over 250 students every week. With only three weeks of school in session so far, my experience has done nothing but reemphasize what I believed before: Little boys are energetic. There’s
When I was student teaching, we had a second grader with textbook ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder). At first, it seemed as if he didn’t want to do anything he was supposed to do. When the students were supposed to
If I were to present all the debates, arguments, and scuffles that have taken place over the controversies surrounding ADHD, you and I would lose our minds before this post was done. There are, however, helpful facts about ADHD that everyone
Well, it’s coming, and all children (and teachers) know it. Bulletin boards are going back up in the classrooms, school supplies are on sale at Walmart, and everyone is wondering how on earth they’ll survive with having to be dressed and