What does it mean to be a good teacher?
There’s a lot of overlap between that question and the question of whether or not you should have a child with ADHD, according to a recent study.
For that reason, the topic is ripe for discussion.
We asked two educators and a professor about the topics in their classrooms, and what we found is that there is no one “right” answer for each situation.
The answers are all varied.
Here are some common misconceptions about ADHD.
What does ADHD mean?
ADHD is a brain disorder characterized by excessive or repetitive behavior.
It may also include other signs and symptoms, such as difficulty concentrating or thinking clearly.
There is no “one” ADHD diagnosis, but there are a number of factors that may contribute to an individual’s risk for developing ADHD.
ADHD is not contagious, and it can’t be diagnosed in the same way as other developmental disorders, such.
Common symptoms of ADHD include: Difficulty with planning or organizing activities