Teachers need good resources and often independently seek out training that will help them to be better educators for all students, while meeting the needs of those affected by ADHD. They look for how to best to educate students affected by ADHD, help students with behavioral management and instruct them in the classroom. Many school districts are also seeking resources for teacher training on ADHD. The following resources may be helpful to you:
CHADD Educator's Manual on ADHD: An In-Depth Look from an Educational Perspective
This manual provides an overview of the latest information regarding common learning challenges often associated with ADHD. Specific academic and behavioral interventions are suggested for students at the preschool, elementary, middle and high school levels.
Teacher to Teacher: Classroom Interventions for the Student with ADHD
An interactive training taught by classroom teachers for classroom teachers, identifies common ADHD-related learning problems plus practical classroom techniques, interventions and the latest research to enhance school success for students with ADHD. Professional education credits are available for this training.