Remote learning requires all learners to adapt and change the way they study and learn, but for neurodiverse learners there may be additional challenges that can increase the time it takes them to adjust.
Learned helplessness can have serious effects on learning, has a close relationship with depression and anxiety, and can go entirely unrecognised by the person in its control.
Though it can be a stressful time for students and parents, the transition to college is easier if you know what to expect.
In this article, Dr Sue Wilkinson explains how ADHD impacts working memory and how we can support students with ADHD in a learning environment.
Dr Sue Wilkinson explores how and why anxiety affects students’ attention and ability to multitask.
Throughout our 12 years developing AT, the experience of our cognitively impaired users has been a priority. And we’ve picked up some insights that we think you’ll find useful.