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How To Help Weak Students In Studies

by Vijay Garg
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The stigmatized term ‘weak student’ refers to various possibilities. Human development is a result of nature and nurture both that is heredity and environment both play a vital role in the development of a child. So when we say the child is weak it is possible that he\she might have biologically lesser IQ or the environment in which he\she is living in do not provides him or her enough opportunities for cognitive (mental) development.
Solutions For How To Help Weak Students In Studies
1. Try To Find The Reason
It is important to find out the reason why the child is not performing up to the mark. The child may not be physically fit e.g. weak eyes are the common problem. It is found sometimes that children don’t open up about their physical discomfort. It is therefore advised that teachers or parents should maintain a rapport where students can feel free to discuss their problems.
IQ tests should be conducted on such students. Sometimes home atmosphere also adversely affects a child’s performance. Interest, way of teaching and infrastructural barriers can also be the reason for poor performance. Hence one should find out the reason.
2. Be Sympathetic
How to improve weak students in studies
Teachers and parents should be sympathetic to weak students. They should not be labeled as weak, dumb or duffer. Weak students are also a soft target of bullies hence they should be protected from such behavior. Their dignity should be maintained.
3. Provide Opportunities For Mental Activities
Motivate weak students in studies
Students should be provided with ample opportunities for learning. The learning should be activity-based where the child is actively participating in the teaching-learning process. Learning should start from concrete and go to an abstract concept for better understanding.

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