In setting up the classroom rules, a teacher should be strict but considerate at the same time. The rules applied in the classroom must be agreed by every member of the class.
In keeping up with the lesson pace, as well as to maintain the expected behaviour from the students, a teacher can use self-monitoring and self-reinforcement on-task behavior during independent work time.
When necessary, teachers can make a pact with parents in order to reinforce the expected behaviour from the students. Set a certain goal whether hourly or weekly.
Teachers can also promotes positive behaviour by giving appropriate rewards to the students.
To improve out-of-the-classroom behavior, allow the class to earn a reward based on he compliments they receive on their behavior from other teachers, lunchroom staff, playground aides and principals.
Avoid giving the whole class negative consequences based on the ADHD child's behavior. The ADHD child, as well as the whole class, can benefit from implementation of social skills curriculum for the entire class.
Modeling and requiring the children to use a systematic method of talking through classroom conflicts and problems can be particularly valuable for the ADHD child to implement this, teachers are referred to the literature on cognitive-behavioral approaches to developing the child's self-talk and problem solving.
Praise specific behaviors. For example, "I like how you wrote down all your assignments correctly," rather than "Good boy!"
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