Help 20 students with low school performance

by DESCUBRIENDO AL SER ATRAVES DEL CONOCIMIENTO A.C.
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Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Help 20 students with low school performance
Feb 13, 2020

ATTENTION IN PROGRESS

Trabajo en equipo
Trabajo en equipo

We Continue working with Isaac, whi is the Student selected for receiving emotional psychological therapies, support with additional classes in order to increase his school performance, frecuent pedagogic evaluations.

In the meanwhile, we organize some workshops about ADHD charateristics for training teachers, parents and students. Peoples with ADHD often lack focus, wander off task, talk excessively, fidget and act impulsively, also has academic difficulties.

We pretend that the people around ADHD students has enought information because this disorder is often misunderstood by others. People who don't understand the symptoms may label students with ADHD as unmotivated, lazy, or problem persons.This students are bulling by the others.
Some instructions for teachers, family and classmates are:
  1. Classroom rules should be clear and concise and reviewed regularly with the student. It is helpful to have the child repeat back rules, expectations or other instructions to make sure they are understood. These rules should be posted prominently in the classroom.
  2. Because students with ADHD are susceptible to distractions, seat the student close to the teacher. Make sure he or she is seated away from easy distractions, such as doors, windows, cubby areas or pencil sharpeners. 
  3. Give the student frequent and immediate feedback or consequences about behaviors.
  4. Catch the student being good and give him immediate praise. Ignore negative behaviors that are minimal and not disruptive.
  5. Use rewards and incentives before punishment to motivate the student and to help keep school feeling like a positive place. Change up the rewards frequently to help prevent the student from becoming bored.
  6. Allow student frequent physical breaks to move around (to hand out or collect materials, run errands to the office or other areas in the school building, erase the board, get a drink of water at the water fountain, etc.).
  7. Allow some restlessness at work area. Allow students to stand up at his desk if it helps him stay on task.
  8. Tape an index card to the student’s desk with written class rules. Help him keep track of the schedule by reviewing it with him at various times during the day and prepare him for each transition.
  9. Limit distractions, excessive noise, distracting visual stimuli, clutter, etc. (For some kids with ADHD listening to “white noise” or soft background music can help concentration and focus.)
  10. Reduce the student’s total workload. Break work down into smaller sections.
Dibujando la vida
Dibujando la vida
Enfocando la atencion
Enfocando la atencion
Juntos y Felices
Juntos y Felices
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