Intervention for ADHD Child using the Montessori Method and ICTs.
This article intends to address intervention strategies for children with Attention Deficit Disorder (ADHD), with references to aspects of the Montessori Method, combined to ICTs. Furthermore, new technologies, based on the Montessori philosophy (such as robotics) address behavioral as well as multisensory approach to ADHD using the senses of vision, hear and touch. In addition, these interventions can also contribute to regulate the child’s social-emotional adjustment and learning engagement. Multiple intervention strategies implemented within home and school environment can be effective for students with ADHD.
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