Identifying and Helping Struggling Students Cookie Icarangal https…
Identifying and Helping
1st question to ask:
Does your student have difficulty staying on task?
Provide support until students experience success.
Involve students in the lesson to engage.
Set realistic deadlines.
Ask simple questions that prompt students to self-correct.
2nd question to ask:
Notify and involve parents.
Use adaptive assessments.
Use graphic organizers.
Include hands-on activities and projects.
Offer more choices for learning.
Practice flexible groupings.
Help students to self-reflect.
Teach students to ask for help.
3rd question to ask:
Notify your principal.
Create an individualized plan for student..
Set up meetings for classroom observations.
Set up meetings with parents.
Refer student to specialists.
Recommend testings to be done outside school.
Support students the best way you can.
Is your student always below on-grade level?
Do you think your student has a learning
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