In recent years, children with learning disabilities are increasing. But each child presents his own difficulty and on a different scale. In recent years, children with learning disabilities are increasing. But each child presents his own difficulty and on a different scale. Learning difficulties and daily study.
The way and the frequency with which we will work with each child can vary. Other children have difficulty with reading skills, word spelling, written language and in particular in text production, methodology and problem solving but also in general mathematics, even in memorizing texts. Most of the time we need to simplify the process or make a blueprint. It is not uncommon for us to repeat the theory in order to proceed with the solution of the exercises. Below we give you some ways to help you in your daily study.
Read the text first to hear how you read it. You can divide the difficult words into syllables in your notebook and read them first from there.
It does not take a child to write a word many times to learn it. You can leave spaces to fill in the difficult letters or even draw a word.
Writing is something that is difficult for students who do not have any learning difficulties. Combine the text with an image or make a blueprint before you start producing a text.
Because many times to solve a math exercise we can use different ways, show the child 2-3 different ways and let him choose which way helps him best. For math problems, divide the problem into data and queries and find the “keywords” that lead to the solution of the problem.
Use the right school aids for your daily practice. Some students may need a little more practice to understand the material. We recommend the i-books that contain theory and embedding exercises of multiple choice, True-False, matching cryptocurrencies and acronyms.