Adhd In Early Childhood Education

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The article “Attention-Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder: The Implications for Early Childhood Educators” by Kimberli B. Andrews explores the world of the symptoms of ADHD and how difficult it is for teachers of young children to approach the possibility of a child having it because of the crowded liveliness of an early childhood classroom. The symptoms of ADHD are very common and can be mistaken with any young child 's actions that doesn’t have ADHD in a classroom that is always functioning at a constant speed. Since it is harder for a teacher to observe and know right away if the child has an issue, it is very tough for teachers to assume a child has ADHD and whether or not to take the next step of involving parents and school officials to
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