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Individual Differences

Individual Differences

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  • 1. In the classroom
  • 2. Sociable and responsive to others; friendly
  • 3.  Its called an extroverted  Outgoing students tend to personality. Its a person achieve higher scores during who is confident, has good the remembering and manners and when they understanding phases of the come into a room they are a lessons but not during the breath of fresh air. Their applying and analyzing manners are impeccable phases. and they make each and every person feel important. They can have a good sense of humor without being obnoxious or loud, ask how the other person is doing or congratulate someone who has had some good luck.
  • 4. An Introvert Person
  • 5.  self-centered person, quiet, uncommunicative A person predominantly concerned with their own thoughts and feelings rather than with external things . shy children may desire social interaction, this social approach motivation is simultaneously inhibited by social fear and anxiety.
  • 6. Younger children Older children For younger children,  For older children, shyness may also be expressed as shyness manifests itself embarrassment and self- primarily as nervousness consciousness during and fear when situations when children feel encountering new people they are the ‘center of and new situations. attention’.
  • 7. Education ProgramsIntellectually gifted • educational enrichment, honorsand academicallytalented students are classesable to learn • after school and summer programsmaterial rapidly and featuring special course workunderstand concepts • mentor programs in which childrendeeply. Keepingthem challenged are matched with professionals in theand learning to their community for special learningcapacity can require experiences.changes in theirregular schoolprograms.
  • 8. Some parents choose not to accelerate their child because of fearsthat the child will suffer emotional, social or academic damages, but recent studies prove the opposite. Social/ Emotional Academics Studies show Studies show that children that Accelerated who have been students report educationally accelerated do heightened interest in not suffer academically. and enthusiasm for Their grades are higher than school. Studies also those of their peers who prove that accelerated chose not to accelerate, and children tend to adjust they compare favorably with well to the change. those of older students in their classes.
  • 9. While some students are overall advance andable to comprehend all subject matters, there aresome students who are advance in one particular subject and behind in the rest. This is common amongst students with learning disabilities such as; •Autism •Aspergers Disorder •ADHD

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