Despite the advancements in practical literacy and teaching, some students still struggle with their tasks and learning pace. This is because there is a common stereotype for children with learning disabilities. People often mistakenly believe that they are not smart enough or perhaps lazy. 

Unsurprisingly, many students with learning disabilities find it hard to meet school obligations. To help these students, their teachers and parents should help them organize their learning process to be as stress-free as possible.

This article aims to provide a variety of guidelines that will help children with learning disabilities find techniques to lean on when they try to meet their school obligations.

Praise the Effort

Parents and teachers must remember to acknowledge a student’s efforts – not the results. This can be done by reminding them that their goal should always be higher than their results.

Reaching your goals requires a lot of effort, which is why people with learning disabilities need to invest in acquiring new knowledge or mastering a skill. Once they have sufficient effort, their desired result will be achieved.

Sandwich Tasks

In other words, put one difficult task between two more manageable tasks. For children with learning disabilities, this strategy can be very effective. For instance, if they struggle with math, start with a few simple math problems and complete the reading assignment. Doing so will help them get going and allow them to finish the task positively.

Encourage Curiosity

Children start their lives with a lot of curiosity. However, as they get older, their curiosity might get suppressed due to negative or stern responses from their teachers and parents. This is why kids with learning disabilities must maintain their interest in doing something new.

Don’t discourage children from asking many questions; provide them with the necessary answers. Also, try to introduce them to new materials they can use to explore the various subjects they are interested in. Doing so will allow them to develop a deeper understanding of the fields they are interested in.