As we approach transitions, whether it is transition to the new school year, a new job, or a move across country, we can build on our successes by remembering what worked. And then going from there.School – love it, hate it or just tolerate it, the new school year is upon us. Whether we
Here’s sneak peek at a tip that Roxanne Fouché contributed to the upcoming book, Inspirational Ways to Succeed with ADHD: Ratemyprofessors.com and similar websites are popular because they help college students get a sense of prospective classes and professors. In addition to choosing professors whose teaching style seems to match your particular learning style, you might also
Here’s another one of the tips from our book, 365 Ways to Succeed with ADHD: A Full Year of Valuable Tips & Strategies from the World’s Best ADHD Coaches & Experts!!! Available from Amazon.com College can be particularly challenging for students with ADHD because academic expectations increase while there is a decrease in external structure.
Academically, college can be a challenge for any student – but especially for one with ADHD, learning disabilities or related issues. Academic expectations increase in college at a time when there is a decrease in external structure from parents and school. There is often limited feedback on class progress, as tests occur infrequently, and daily