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Teaching the slow learner. by William Bland Featherstone

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Published by Teachers College, Columbia University in New York .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Slow learning children

Book details:

Edition Notes

Includes bibliographies.

SeriesPractical suggestions for teaching -- no.1
Classifications
LC ClassificationsLC4661 .F4
The Physical Object
Paginationviii,100 p.
Number of Pages100
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13531137M
LC Control Number41017504
OCLC/WorldCa776206

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  His article provides an introduction to the variety of problems hidden by the term ‘slow learner’ and to some of the methods and resources teachers can use in assessing and meeting these problems. A clear-headed, positive, unemotional yet sympathetic approach characterises the article and the teaching strategies it recommends.   Successful methods for teaching the slow learner by Muriel Schoenbrun Karlin, unknown edition, Share this book. Facebook. Twitter. Pinterest. Embed. Edit. Last edited by WorkBot. Decem | History. An edition of Successful methods for teaching the slow learner (). Identifies the characteristics of a slow learner and gives a basic philosophy and techniques for teaching the slow learners in social studies. Includes a list of 11 tips for teaching slow learners and offers a lesson format designed for their instruction. (AEM)Author: Tony Graham, Paul C. Cline. Instructional Strategies for Slow Learners While no single technique or set of techniques is sufficient teaching the slow learner, the suggestions that follow are a starting point for developing instructional strategies that specifically address the learning needs of the slow learner.

  Written by Shawna Wingert of Not the Former Things. I remember exactly when I first heard the term “slow learner.”. I was in the third grade, and my desk was next to a sweet boy with freckles and blue eyes. In class, I diligently filled out all the worksheets, and raised my hand to answer all the questions (my husband and I went to school together and he distinctly remembers me being.   The teacher plays a vital role in making slow learners better. Teaching is an essential but complicated process that we follow a life long, By following the above-mentioned methods not only a teacher can improve the learning capability of the slow learners but also can make them successful in academics at an equal level with their peer group. Special Methods of Teaching for Slow Learner: Educationalists as well as psychologists have conducted many experiments to devise special methods of teaching for slow learners. Their results indicate that the slow learners require short and simple methods of instruction based on concrete experiences. Verbal instructions should be limited. Slow learners – Causes, problems and educational programmes A Vasudevan Abstract The child we call a slow learner is not in need of special education. He is likely to need some extra time and help in regular class room. He is capable by learning like an average child. A slow learner is one who learner at a slower than average rate.

A teaching expert is easily able to identify and deviation in classroom behaviour pertaining to learning difficulties of children. He has primary knowledge about the fact which spells out clearly that the slow learners require more time and more help to acquire the skills in comparison with the average children.   Instructional Strategies for Slow Learners While no single technique or set of techniques is sufficient for teaching the slow learner, the suggestions that follow are a starting point for developing instructional strategies that specifically address their learning needs. A slow learner is a child who learns at a pace a little behind others of their age and grade level. Slow learners are not always learning disabled, and may have ordinary lives outside of the classroom. However, academic subjects are a challenge for them. To help slow learners, take a variety of approaches to teaching important subject matter.   Use a formal training approach when teaching your slow learner. Formal training consists of more one-on-one teaching and hands-on techniques. Unlike informal training, which consists of self-taught lessons and take-home information packets, formal training focuses the slow learner's attention toward you at all times.