ATTENTION DEFICIT DISORDER(ADD)• Inborn brain disorder• Major problem in concentration• Cannot sit quietly and learn• Hyperactivity Disorder• ADD + HD Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 13
EMOTIONAL DISORDER•Emotional Problems•Conduct Problems•Fear of going to school•Unstable emotionally (Anxiety)•Defiant, disobedient Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 14
ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS• Deprived or discordant environment• Poor discipline at home or school• Broken homes or fighting parents• Punitive teachers , frightening friends• Frequent change of school or medium of instruction Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 15
Learning Disorders Potential of an LD child may lie in something else worthwhile, otherthan academic skills.
Left Brain Hemisphere Right Brain Hemisphere processes the world processes the world through through language, letters, the senses without wordswords taste, touch,numbers movement, colour, music/focusing on details soundmaking lists focusing on the whole(sequentially) picturestep-by-step global perception (mind maps)facts intuition & feelings
A child with Dyslexia May not Reading , Writing, Mathsbe good at Music, Dance , Sports Games, Sketching ,But may Painting, Art, Architectureexcel at Agriculture, Chess, Motors and Machines,
A teacher or parent through deliberate observation can recognize potential skills of a child withLearning Disorders so as to make him an achiever.
If I can not learn the way you teach, will you teachme the wayI can learn?
10 _____ % of what they read 20 _____ % of what they hear 30 _____ % of what they see 50 _____ % of what they see and hear 70 _____ % of what they discuss 80 _____ % of personal experiences 90 _____ % of what they do 95 _____ % of what they teach others
We forget easily After 24 hours we only remember20- 30 % of what we have learnt without any review.
Good News !We remember 80% of what we have learnt after six months with regular short reviews.
5-Minute Reviewing At end of lesson After 24 hours 1 week later 1 month later 3 months later
Quiz/ MindExplain to Games Map Partner Act REVIEW OutSong KEY POINTS Flow Chart Write in colour Illustrate Story/ Sentence s
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With love and positivereinforcement make them feel good about themselves.
Cheer them up withaffirmation, appreciation and celebration of their each little success
Motivating the learner I feel happy in this school It’s okay to I have set goals make mistakes. for my learning It’s okay to My teacherask questions. cares about me I know my I feel learning style valued & & how to learn respected It is not so I am involved in the difficult!! learning process Free powerpoint template: www.brainybetty.com 64
Informal LearningImportance of teachers’ communication skills and behaviour
Respect for all students Respect for students’ ideas and opinions
Smiling and warm Positive, caring tone of voice Positive non- threatening body language
Attn: Theparents, teachers, & school authorities…
Each childperforming poor has a NEED not a PROBLEM!!!