Qualified Tutor Podcast

Misconceptions, Motivation and Mental Maths: A Guide to ADHD in Tutoring

February 18, 2021 Clio Tucker O'Sullivan Episode 50
Qualified Tutor Podcast
Misconceptions, Motivation and Mental Maths: A Guide to ADHD in Tutoring
Chapters
3:25
Clio’s inspirational personal piece ADHD
4:52
Clio’s journey to opening up on her personal experience
7:31
As someone with diagnosed ADHD, what impact does this have on you as a learner?
11:55
How did being diagnosed change the way you viewed your learning?
14:51
What led you to get into tutoring?
20:09
How can a tutor with an ADHD student make best use of their time?
25:07
From your experience, what are the common misconceptions about ADHD?
32:09
How has the ADHD community responded to the move to online learning?
Qualified Tutor Podcast
Misconceptions, Motivation and Mental Maths: A Guide to ADHD in Tutoring
Feb 18, 2021 Episode 50
Clio Tucker O'Sullivan

"My diagnosis gave me permission to let go of all the shame up to that point"

In one of the more open, personal and honest conversations we've had on the Podcast to date, Clio Tucker O'Sullivan delivers an assessment of how her journey from struggling with concentration and organisation at school, through her eventual diagnosis to the lessons learnt since.

ADHD has long been misunderstood, as a label given to those students who struggle academically. It is far from that.

Some of the most intelligent and successful scientists, researchers, professors and academics ever have lived and worked with the impairment, and have thrived.

Clio's recent blog post for Qualified Tutor (originally published on the platform, Medium) provides a foundation for Clio's experiences and the struggles she's faced to date. You can find it here - we'd suggest reading it first before diving into the pod ...

If you would like to be part of the UK's first ever Level 3 Qualification in Tutoring, enrol now by clicking here and be the first in a new crop of motivated, committed, qualified tutors. Over 8 hours of workshop-style sessions led by industry experts, you'll set yourself apart in a crowded space.

If you want to have your voice heard, learn more about online tutoring and participate in engaging discussion while meeting other, like-minded tutors, visit https://www.qualifiedtutorcommunity.org/ and join the conversation today.

We can't wait to see you there.

Don't forget to review the show (on Apple, preferably!) - we'd love to hear how you found the advice, guidance and discussions inside.

🥇 The website: https://www.qualifiedtutor.org/
🎙 The Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thequalifiedtutor/
💻 The LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-qualified-tutor/
📱 The Twitter page: https://twitter.com/qualified_tutor
🎥 The YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQqgX9tvzFz0_wL9Vj_KHIQ
📷 The Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/qualified_tutor/

🎧 And thank you as ever to Luke Tierney for the sophisticated soundtrack

Show Notes Chapter Markers

"My diagnosis gave me permission to let go of all the shame up to that point"

In one of the more open, personal and honest conversations we've had on the Podcast to date, Clio Tucker O'Sullivan delivers an assessment of how her journey from struggling with concentration and organisation at school, through her eventual diagnosis to the lessons learnt since.

ADHD has long been misunderstood, as a label given to those students who struggle academically. It is far from that.

Some of the most intelligent and successful scientists, researchers, professors and academics ever have lived and worked with the impairment, and have thrived.

Clio's recent blog post for Qualified Tutor (originally published on the platform, Medium) provides a foundation for Clio's experiences and the struggles she's faced to date. You can find it here - we'd suggest reading it first before diving into the pod ...

If you would like to be part of the UK's first ever Level 3 Qualification in Tutoring, enrol now by clicking here and be the first in a new crop of motivated, committed, qualified tutors. Over 8 hours of workshop-style sessions led by industry experts, you'll set yourself apart in a crowded space.

If you want to have your voice heard, learn more about online tutoring and participate in engaging discussion while meeting other, like-minded tutors, visit https://www.qualifiedtutorcommunity.org/ and join the conversation today.

We can't wait to see you there.

Don't forget to review the show (on Apple, preferably!) - we'd love to hear how you found the advice, guidance and discussions inside.

🥇 The website: https://www.qualifiedtutor.org/
🎙 The Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/thequalifiedtutor/
💻 The LinkedIn page: https://www.linkedin.com/company/the-qualified-tutor/
📱 The Twitter page: https://twitter.com/qualified_tutor
🎥 The YouTube channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQqgX9tvzFz0_wL9Vj_KHIQ
📷 The Instagram page: https://www.instagram.com/qualified_tutor/

🎧 And thank you as ever to Luke Tierney for the sophisticated soundtrack

Clio’s journey to opening up on her personal experience
As someone with diagnosed ADHD, what impact does this have on you as a learner?
How did being diagnosed change the way you viewed your learning?
What led you to get into tutoring?
How can a tutor with an ADHD student make best use of their time?
From your experience, what are the common misconceptions about ADHD?
How has the ADHD community responded to the move to online learning?