This article covers the topic of outcomes as it relates to children with ADHD. They address five very important questions that relate to these students. They also discuss and share that research has come up with very few positive solutions that help academic outcomes with those diagnosed with ADHD. My research left me with more questions than answers as I found that there are very divisive opinions surrounding the topic of ADHD and its legitimacy.
This article is focused on the outcomes of children with ADHD with special focus on academic success. It is unfortunate that they end their study with the quote, “ We remain ill informed about …show more content…
I am excited to dive more deeply into this and try to begin to use my research tools to find good sources to help clear up the confusion. Maybe this will always be one of those topics where people are extremely divided. I think most importantly, we need to be talking with those that exhibit ADHD behaviors and start with interventions one student at a time. I hope to find ADHD adults that can now clearly communicate what worked for them in the classroom and what did not.
ADHD: Myth or Real Illness?(n.d.) Retrieved at: http://www.emed.com.au/2357 Barkley, Dr.