I am a graduate student seeking to become a high school or middle school math teacher. Regardless of the level of the students I'm working with, I find myself hyper-focusing on one student as I work with that student. This leads me to lose awareness of the rest of what's happening in the other students in the class. For example, I will be helping one student to graph a line and be completely oblivious to anything else that is happening at that moment. A student across the room could throw an eraser across the room and I wouldn't notice it at all. This also applies to auditory input, as students would have off-topic conversations and I wouldn't hear them at all. I've tried looking up every few seconds, but then I focus on looking up instead of actually helping the student I'm working with. I have ADHD but I am trying to avoid becoming medicated if there is a way to help change this hyper-focus without it. What else can I try to alter my awareness focus to become a better teacher?