Susan KrugSuperman Logoer, M.Ed., states that when kids with ADHD uncover their strengths, they can approach school and life with confidence. Your superpower is something that you can do better than anyone else. Identifying your super power is essential because superpowers can work for or against us. In the wrong environment, our superpowers become our kryptonite. When we play to our strengths, everything becomes easier.

In school, most teachers spend their time telling their students what they can not do, especially ADHD students. What teachers don’t understand is that it’s not an “effort” thing, it’s a “superpower” thing. When a school environment or activity allows kids to use their superpowers, the “movement” means “concentration”. Just let kids stand and move!!

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(spring 2016)

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