Slow learners are not much active in class room academic activities.Suggest some remedies to make them fast learners.
Hi SREENIVASA RAO A
There is no simple answer to your question, however....................
First things first. A significantly large percentage of the members of this community are teachers, and many of them are K-12 teachers. I strongly suspect that most, likely all, of them are offended by the reference "slow learners". I, personally, would hope that you edit your question to remove that offensive label.
Your best bet for ensuring that all your learners experience an equitable opportunity to achieve the learning outcomes of your courses would be to apply Universal Design for Learning (UDL) principles to your course design and instructional practices.
The most respected site for learning about UDL is CAST where not only are the guidelines well explained, but also includes lots of examples of best UDL practices.
Universal design practices will help ALL of your students succeed, and the online learning environment is especially good for practicing UDL.
Hi SREENIVASA RAO A Welcome to the Canvas Community.
One of the many reasons why I love Canvas is that it can cater for learners with so many different needs - all at once.
Using Canvas to help differentiate for all of the needs and passions is a game changer for many teachers. Just today I heard a teacher say "I'm converted" when she realised that a child who struggles with learning can use Canvas in an alternative way to their classmates even at the same time.
As Kelley pointed out time spent designing is super important. His resource link is great.
Here are a few K-6 ideas that can easily be modified to suit learners with different needs:
Invigorating English – Encouraging Writing Within Canvas K-6
When Magic Happens. Students experience as editors in Canvas.
Differentiation and Personalised Learning
Assessment and the Little People
Assessment and the little people - Part Two
Happy to help with any other ideas.
In this day and age there is a large library of resources to help aid slow learners, "The learning strategies for slow learners using the project based learning model in primary school" by Research gate, Ayu Hartini, Dessy Widyaningtyas, and Mai Istiqomatul Mashluhah. To address the slow learners lack of social or activeness in academic activities we need to dive into a bit of why. There is a good article published by the "International Journal of applied research titled, Slow learners- Causes, problems and educational programmes." It addresses not only the possible environmental variables, it addresses emotional factors that my lean towards the inability to interact in social/classroom activities, and Carefully guided instructions to help a slow learner achieve great strides in both aspects. This article also helps the person guiding a slow learner and gives information on how to help each individual thrive.
A digital course that's well structured, and does focus on teaching and learning will be beneficial for all, but especially for students that need more support or less support then the average student.
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