As a Teacher you want to help all the children in your class achieve to the best of their ability. You, therefore, make great efforts to design lessons that are clear and will thus make sense to all; however, this is not always the outcome.

Learners who struggle in class

As a teacher there must be children in your class who just don’t seem to get it. They may, moreover, seem bright, yet struggle when it comes to one or more or all of the following: thus

  • reading  thus
  • writing  thus
  • spelling  thus
  • arithmetic  thus
  • organisational skill  thus
  • lack of attention  thus
  • disruptive behaviour  thus

Furthermore, you may have noticed that they continue to experience difficulties, despite having had much input from the SEN support systems within the school.

The Davis Programme may hold the answer:

Have a look at these links for more information:teacher.

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