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“What Will a Return to In-Person Learning Mean for My Child with ADHD?”

online learning.My son disliked learning through a screen, and struggled to connect with his classmates and teachers. In person, he had fully participated in classroom discussions.

With virtual learning, he was quiet and withdrawn. If I didn’t make sure he logged in at 8:30 a.m., he’d often sit and stare blankly at his computer without turning it on.

Without the structure of a physical classroom, he also found it harder to focus, and he struggled to do his asynchronous assignments.For a kid who had once been anchored firmly in his school and community, he seemed to be floating aimlessly. And the only people who seemed to notice this were me and my husband.[Get This Free Download: 4 Secrets to Motivating Students with ADHD]To add fuel to the

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Pandemic Parenting: Readers Choice

online learning.My son disliked learning through a screen, and struggled to connect with his classmates and teachers. In person, he had fully participated in classroom discussions.
Toy Story and how they end their day (as the terrifying T-Rex from Jurassic Park roaring one inch from your face).I feel that.We all start out the day fresh and ready to be positive, proactive, and empathic with whatever challenges our children are facing. When we’re rested, we typically have the patience to respond calmly when they are reactive or having a hard time (like when a toddler screams and throws a tantrum because there are RAISINS in her RAISIN Bran… hypothetically speaking, of course).

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