Why students struggle in a traditional classroom

There can be several reasons why students struggle in the traditional classroom setting. Here are just a few.

  • Pupils often sit at individual desks in rows, with little interaction
  • When teachers reach out to students for class participation, the same students tend to answer questions, leaving others excluded
  • When time is allotted for non-lecture group work, students often discuss things not related to the current project
  • Students often do not feel comfortable asking questions in a large classroom setting

If your child doesn’t seem to be performing to the best of his ability, it may be time to look at different educational options. Give your child the tools he needs to make his future a successful one!

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