Children with ADHD are often viewed as difficult. Their fidgeting, squirming, and loud behaviors can be very disruptive to the classroom setting. Children with ADHD often seem oppositional when they are not following directions due to their inattention. Their distractibility, blurting out, interruptions, and getting up and down out of their seats may create frustration for the teacher and classmates. Fortunately, there are strategies teachers can use to help. Below are some tips for teachers.