Teachers We Love: Learning for All

A Freelance Article for ADDitude Magazine
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Because problem behaviors get in the way of learning, especially for kids who have ADHD and learning disabilities, McGee uses visual cues to keep them on track. She attaches a group of small illustrations that depict good behavior to a lanyard worn around her neck that let students know when they act out of turn. “I point to a picture — a child raising his hand or a child sitting in his seat — and redirect a student’s actions without having to embarrass him in class,” says McGee.
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