Parents of neurodivergent children are probably familiar with these labels. Traditional schools have a difficult time fitting divergent thinkers into their rigid curriculums. As a result, children act out in frustration or boredom, which can be exhausting for both teachers and parents.
The fact is, the brains of neurodivergent children work differently. Some of them need much more structure and guidance to accomplish what we consider to be simple tasks, but often those same kids inspire us with their boundary pushing insights and creations.