As many of you know, I have been working with children and adults
who have ADHD since I was diagnosed with the condition myself back
in 1981. Learning about ADHD and bringing what I learn to the
general public has been one of my life’s major missions.
Teachers have always been one of my favorite audiences because
teachers saved me from what could have been a disastrous outcome when I
was growing up. I know firsthand that teachers wield enormous
power to change lives dramatically for the better. View this
video of the teacher of the year receiving her honor at the White
House, I admire and salute Rebecca Mieliwocki
for her accomplishments and support of her students!
What will enrolling in Minding Magnificent Minds
do for you and your students?
Develop the skills necessary to expand the skills, talents and interest of your
students with ADD/ADHD
Enhance the educational experience of your students
Be comfortable that you are helping bring out the best in your students
Recognize not all students learn at the same pace or in the same way
“Ned Hallowell has done more than anyone in America to illuminate
the challenges of ADD and ADHD. He has given parents hope. He has
taught us all how to focus children's strengths. Most importantly,
he has provided teachers with a variety of ways to help struggling
children in their classrooms every day. Dr. Hallowell's guidance is
based on up-to-date research; it is tested in the field and tempered
with his great wisdom. You cannot find a better guide for ADD and
ADHD than Ned Hallowell.”
Michael Thompson, Ph.D.
Independent School Consultant
NY Times bestselling co-author of Raising Cain and Best Friends
Mining Magnificent Minds?
American Montessori Schools
Belmont Hill School
Berkshire Country Day School
The Dalton School
Dr. Hallowell Keynote Speaker at the American Montessori
Society 2013 Annual Conference on March 16!
In his presentation, “Igniting Every Child’s Full Potential”, Dr.
Hallowell will explain how we now have more challenges to educating
our children than ever due to the speed of modern life, the demands
of home and the workplace, and the ubiquity of technology. Our
critical responsibility as educators and families begins with
connecting to children so that we can help them shine their
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