How to know if a student is struggling in class (Have a special bond with…
How to know if a student is struggling in class
Let student take tests to check if they have difficulty in a specific subject.
Speaking, reading, listening, writing level tests
To check if they are able to follow the curriculum
To avoid fighting/bullying in class.
Interaction with new people in the room
To check personality in a crowd
Use different styles of tests
Visual / Auditory / Kinesthetic tests
Know about student's parents
To know if parents are giving enough emotional support
Without this, students might go through a different path and rebel.
To check socioeconomic status
Sometimes students might get bullied because of this.
To know if parents are accepting of their child when problems are mentioned.
To be able to give more support to the student when the time comes.
To be prepared if parents are not accepting.
Ask advice on how to deal with children who need special attention.
Share materials and class activities when needed
Have a special bond with students.
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Have personal talk time to know how they are doing.
To be aware of their situation in class.
Be open to mistakes and problems they cause.
So that they'll know that they can learn from mistakes and grow more.
Listen to them when they share problems.
Shared problem is better than being kept which makes more stress.
Know what they are weak at the most to be able to help without hesitation from the student.
Will be able to give instructions to parents on what parts to help with.
Learn to accept who they are and their differences in styles of learning.
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Mind map on how to know if a student is struggling in class by : Mina Kook