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10 Effective Tips To Teach Math For Slow Learner

Teaching math to the slow learner is a challenging task for many parents and tutors. Math may be challenging for slow learner, but not impossible. Students who are slow learner are not learning disabled. They are also like normal students. Slow learner students also want to learn math, but lack of learning ability and math education system they are not able to learn faster. Later, those students considered as a slow learner. Some techniques are there which can help slow learner students.


Below you can find 10 effective tips to handle slow learner students,


1) Give Time:

Slow learner needs more time to understand any problem or to find out the answer. Give extra time to slow learner students. This will increase their confidence. Do not pressurize students to perform on time beyond their ability. This will only decrease confidence.


2) Teach in a small group:

Slow learner students need extra attention. With a small students group you can effectively respond each student. Math Online Tutors can be the best option for slow learner students.

3) Create Fun atmosphere:

Environment is more potent than willpower. Create a fun environment for students. Use new learning techniques, especially for slow learner students. Parents can provide math games and activities for their children.


4) Develop a helpful plan:

Build a helpful environment for students. Encourage students to ask questions and let them feel free to ask for any help. Provide Math Question Help to slow learner students.


5) Concept Building:

Most of the slow learner students face difficulty to understand the new concepts. Try to relate the new concepts with previous concepts. This will help them to catch the new concepts relatively fast.


6) Real Examples:

One of the best ways to teach math not only slow learner even for normal students is, explain concepts using real life examples.   
7) Provide opportunity:

Whenever possible provide opportunities to show them their work. Let the students teach you about math. This will help students to reduce math fear.


8) Review time to time:   

Because slow learner needs more time to understand the concepts. Frequent reviewing can help them out. Reviewing math concepts time to time will allow them to master the math concepts.


9) Don’t pressurize:

Slow learner students tend to have lack of confidence, if you pressurize them for time management or anything this will only reduce their confidence.

10) Reward them:

Slow learner students tend to have low confidence. Low confidence impedes anyone’s learning ability. If you reward them time to time this will help them to raise their confidence.

Follow these 10 effective tips to teach slow learner students and raise their confidence.

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