How to manage slow-working students in your classroom

Students experience learning differently. Some may be able or willing to solve tasks on time, but others may struggle to do so. Teachers will always have students who can’t finish tasks in due time, find it challenging to focus throughout a class, work slowly or inconsistently, or have difficulties following multi-step directions.

Since the beginning of formal education, teachers have been trying to accommodate all students in their classrooms to the best of their knowledge.

If you have slow-working students in your classroom and want to help them catch up and reach milestones, you should first make sure to rule out any possible psychological barriers that could affect their processing speed or other cognitive issues. 

Next, you should devise an intervention scheme that is structured on the three As principle:

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