Summary:
Most teachers will have the experience of teaching a child with ADHD at some point in their careers. Meeting the academic and social needs of these children typically requires thoughtful planning of prevention and intervention-focused activities. Implementing interventions at the point of performance of the problem behavior is key, as is monitoring the success of the intervention plans. It is important to design simple interventions that are easy to teach to everyone involved in implementing or monitoring the intervention.

TRIP Guide: Classroom Management Strategies for Children with ADHD