Teacher to Teacher is a day-long workshop that helps educators identify common ADHD-related learning problems and proven classroom techniques, interventions, and the latest research to enhance school success for students with ADHD. As a classroom teacher, this interactive training allows you to discuss solutions to common academic and behavioral problems in a case-based format.
ADHD is a real neurobiological disorder that affects 8% to 12% of school-aged children of all demographics in the U.S. In today’s learning environment, teachers must balance the needs of their class while helping students with ADHD learn effectively. If you are one of those teachers, then Teacher to Teacher Training on ADHD is right for you..
From theory to practice you will learn evidence-based interventions to manage every aspect of ADHD in the classroom, including:
Continuing Education Credits
All participants will receive IACET approved continuing education credits of .75 (equivalent to 7.5 hours of training).
For more information, please contact Adisa Griffin, Educational Training Manager at (240) 487-2327 or Adisa_Griffin@chadd.org