Brooke Matson reframes the label of ADHD in this exciting talk. We are introduced to a number of brilliant creatives who had ADHD, and would not have been able to achieve the success they achieved without these super abilities. She shows us how there’s nothing disordered in the need to innovate and explore. This talk will address the misconceptions surrounding ADHD. This talk explains the many misconceptions about ADHD. Brooke Matson is an award-winning author, a National Board Certified teacher, and the founder of Spark Central, a 501(c(3) nonprofit that “ignites creativity, innovation and imagination necessary for people forged the path to their greatest future.”
Brooke wasn’t born in Spokane but she considers it home as she has lived here her entire life. Brooke says that Sir Ken Robinson is her favorite TED talk.In terms of education policy. His talks are both funny and informative!”
Brooke’s talk will highlight
ADHD was a condition that enabled revolutionary creatives to achieve their goals.It is normal to want to innovate …
Many misconceptions surround ADHD …
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