5 Effective Lesson Ideas For Teaching Students With ADHD (To Lessen The Stress On Parents)

Teaching kids with ADHD is a big challenge. These kids have diverse ways of learning things that are entirely different from those of disorder-free children. That is why having them in the mainstream requires extra effort from the teachers. But instead of treating this as an inconvenience, teachers should view this as a guide on […]

12 Issues That Teens With ADHD Want Their Teachers And Parents To Know

Students with ADHD struggle when it comes to learning. If teachers have their issues with this kind of learner, well, the students themselves have their concerns. Most teenagers with ADHD are aware of their condition, and they are also trying to work things out themselves. However, they need an understanding of the people around them […]

Academic Anxiety: Enhancing Relationships And Helping Your Kids With Their Schoolwork Confidence

Stress Is A Confidence-Killer For Schooling Kids Kids, by nature, are pretty handy. They are always full of energy and curious about many things. But when it comes to schoolwork, they get bored quickly, misbehave and become disinterested. But just because they state disinterest doesn’t mean that they don’t like schoolwork at all. Most of […]

Tutoring Accommodations For Children With Anxiety (Bridging Relationships)

Due to the standards imposed by schools these days, children are expected to work hard and excel academically. “There’s tremendous anxiety in kids and we’re definitely seeing an increase” says by psychologist Dr Helen Clark, PhD in an article on Parent24 Struggling with an anxious Child. As a result, parents are inclined to get after-school […]

Developing A More Positive Relationship With Students

The relationship between a teacher and his or her students says a lot about the character of a teacher. The best teachers are those who can maximize the learning potential and capabilities of the students, and the relationship they have towards each other is integral. Of course, this doesn’t necessarily mean that the teacher should […]

Counseling At School: Why Relying On Counselors Is A Must

Academic struggles or personal issues experienced by students can be aired out to high school counselors. “School counselors’ primary role is supposedly to improve your child’s academic success, career development, and personal/social health. As part of this, they should be helping children overcome a variety of issues that affect school achievement and overall wellness,” wrote […]

The Truth About Learning Disabilities That Teachers Want You To Understand (Part 2)

Source: pixabay.com I love my career as an educator, especially a teacher for those children with special needs. It doesn’t mean that if I call your child with special needs, he is mentally or psychologically unfit. Please, let us eliminate the stigma. Your child has a learning disability, and this is not something that he […]

Beyond The Four Walls Of An Inclusive Classroom

An inclusive educational setup poses numerous advantages that will hone the students not just academically, but also as human beings. By being an inclusive classroom, the said teaching space houses various types of students—regardless of their differences or similarities. Together, this diversity of students interact with each other and are educated together. Lilla Dale McManis, […]