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The development of children’s sense of self-efficacy may be seen in play or exploratory behaviors when they act on an object to produce a result. Collaborate with your child's teacher to make sure the classroom environment is as " ADHD-friendly " as possible so that your child is better able to manage ADHD symptoms. Edwards noted that the program, which is open only to classified students, is also designed to prevent children from regressing during the summer months. "Most of the students in the program have difficulty interacting with others, and some may not be able to read social signs," she said.

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Publisher: Perfection Learning (September 15, 1997)

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