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Teaching To A Riot

The ADHD Toolkit

The ADHD Toolkit

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This toolkit uses the unique design of the Teaching To A Riot resource method! Carefully crafted to serve as a comprehensive resource, it can be utilized on the spot or as you plan your school year.

๐Ÿ‘‰The ADHD Toolkit will take you from reaction to prevention of severe and mild student behaviors that are caused by ADHD.

  • The Teaching To A Riot resource method has proven effective in helping teachers prevent behaviors that often lead to elopement or aggression. By providing specific strategies, easy to understand science, and case studies it enables teachers to create an environment that minimizes anxiety, builds trust, and reduces escalating behavior triggered by stress responses and neurodivergent characteristics.
  • The strategies in the toolkit teaches teachers how to refocus and engage students with short attention spans, hypersensitivity, emotional dysregulation, executive dysfunction, cognitive distortions, low self-esteem, working memory impairments, and time blindness. This approach significantly reduces distracting and disruptive behavior, helping to keep students engaged in learning.

This is for you if...

๐Ÿ‘‰ Youโ€™re using positive reinforcement, youโ€™ve got your expectations posted and you are trying desperately to build relationships but your ADHD kiddo is just not playing by the rules.

๐Ÿ‘‰ You desperately want to help your ADHD students succeed but you just don't know where to start.

๐Ÿ‘‰ย ย You're exhausted and frustrated because, despite your best efforts, your ADHD students' behaviors are just getting worse and you're afraid they might be turning into oppositional defiance.

๐Ÿ‘‰ While teaching, your ADHDer is monopolizing your time and energy, which upsets the other students who are trying to follow along.

You are ready to...

๐Ÿ˜Žย Get all of your students focused so you can focus on teaching and not on handling behaviors.

๐Ÿ˜Ž empower your students by creating an inclusive and supportive learning environment.

๐Ÿ˜Žย implement effective strategies that support working memory and free recall, such as using visual aids, breaking tasks into smaller steps, and incorporating mnemonic devices.

๐Ÿ˜Žย to encourage self-advocacy in your students with ADHD, helping them understand their unique learning styles and needs.

๐Ÿ˜Ž promote understanding and empathy among all students, fostering a classroom community that celebrates neurodiversity.

๐Ÿ˜Žย make a lasting difference in the lives of your students, helping them not only succeed academically but also thrive as individuals.

Why am I the one?

I am a neurodivergent teacher with 10 years of experience in special education, including 8 years in a center-based program for students with emotional impairments. In that time, I developed expertise in reading, diffusing, and preventing challenging behaviors. My personal experience with ADHD and Oppositional Defiant Disorder as a child has informed much of this expertise. As a behavioral kid who often got kicked out of classrooms, I remember feeling like I was trying my best, but I was overstimulated, stressed, and in need of help that I didn't know how to ask for.

Now, working in a behavioral program, I see my students exhibiting similar behaviors for similar reasons. This inspired me to create this toolkit, as I know teachers want to help all of their students, and with the right tools, they can.

This toolkit will show you how to:

1.) Empathize with and understand the ADHD brain
2.) Teach emotional regulation strategies that are based off of cognitive behavioral therapy
3.) Adjust your teaching methods and classroom environment to accommodate ADHD students' unique strengths and needs

What's inside?

ย ๐ŸŽ 2 seperate toolkits that all teach about the unique characteristics of ADHD through the lens of a special education teacher and an ADHDer

  • The Emotional Regulation Toolkit that teaches you how to improve students emotional regulation skills, motivation, reduce cognitive distortions, and improve students' self-esteem.
  • The Executive Function Toolkit that shows you how to improve working memory and regulation of focus, assist with time blindness and response inhibition, and teach students how to stick with routines.

๐ŸŽ Case studies to help you apply what you have learned and teach you how to pick the best strategies according to the different scenarios

๐ŸŽ Check list format strategies for to improve students working memory, emotional regulation, cognitive distortions, organization, time blindness, regulation of focus and attention, students social skills and self-esteem, and motivation in the classroom.

๐ŸŽ A unique guide and reflection questions to ensure smooth implementation of strategies and interventions

With BONUSES like

๐ŸŽ Lesson plans and activities based on fight or flight, metacognition, and CBT to teach your students about how the brain learns and processes emotions

๐ŸŽ Resources and excerpts to help you continue your learning

๐ŸŽ A discount code for 20% off the Behavior and Needs Ebook and Workshop

Common Costumer Questions and Answers:

Q: Hi! Does your Neurodivergent Toolkit also include the ADHD toolkit? If not, what might help me decide which to try first?

A:The Neurodivergent Toolkit addresses motivation theory, needs, and the stress response. It provides strategies for adapting instruction and the classroom environment to enhance learning accessibility, considering safety, comfort, autonomy, belonging, and competency. The ND toolkit also explores the typical strengths and struggles of individuals with ADHD, autism, sensory processing differences, and anxiety/trauma, highlighting how their needs are often compromised. The ND Toolkit also explains how to analyze behavior to find which need has been compromised. So it is way more comprehensive in dealing with behavior, motivation and neurodivergent profiles.

In contrast, the ADHD Toolkit narrows down and focuses on how the ADHD brain learns and how ADHD affects emotional regulation, motivation, self-esteem, attention, self-regulation/impulse control, and memory. It offers strategies and supports tailored to address these specific impairments. It is almost as big and is comparable in the number of strategies offered but is much more specific.ย 

The strategies offered in both are different and applicable to any student, really, because who doesn't like supports... it's why I bundled them.

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