3 Vital Strategies to Help Students Who Do Not Like Change

Students usually don't like change, especially when it involves changing their habits or daily routine. They rely upon those habits and patterns of working to meet the requirements of each class and the idea of having to change can create a mental roadblock or barrier to their progress. Students may also not recognize a need to make changes in how they work or perform until it has been brought to their attention by the instructor, through feedback or direct interactions in class, and they may or may not be willing to accept it.

Instructors expect students to perform in a fairly uniform manner, which means they must follow the academic guidelines, adhere to school policies, and complete what is expected of them within the timeframes established. As instructors know, not all students are fully prepared to engage in the class in a productive manner or have all of the skills necessary to perform their very best. There will likely be students, especially newer students, who need to adapt in some manner and that means making changes.

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