7 Secrets to Engaged Online Learning for Students with ADHD; Tip #1
If we look hard enough, most of us can find some benefits to our current e-learning situation: no worries about bullying, easier mornings, flexible schedules, and homework in pajamas—to name a few.
Still, online learning has its moments of distractions, confusion and all-around overwhelming chaos, all of which can lead to procrastination. But ADDitude Magazine has put together a list of 7 strategies to help children with ADHD get started and stay motivated to finish their school work.
Today we focus on Tip #1: Tweak the Writing Process to Build Confidence
Does your child feel intimidated by writing? Have them create a slideshow with a few words and lots of images in PowerPoint, Google Slides or another app instead. According to the article in ADDitude Magazine, many teachers are open to creative learning ideas right now, so it can't hurt to ask!