Children struggling and falling behind in school are not happy children. Learning for kids with learning disorders or attention problems is unusually difficult; they often suffer for several years before parents and teachers figure out something is in their way. Once a child struggles in school, it tends to affect their self-esteem and overall well-being.
Figuring out what is standing in front of your student’s academic success is life-changing for them.
There are several primary areas an ET needs to address before learning can begin. For example, have they developed behaviors that hide their issues? Start with the skills a child lacks and use different strategies to build them. This could mean planning a task and getting organized to get over the hump of just starting. Kids also need to understand the why, the point of their efforts, and why practicing these skills support learning. This promotes future behavior by determining which strategies to use for a given task in front of them. Finally, routines start once practiced skills feel like habits. Routines support children to get started without wasting a lot of attention and willpower, convincing them to sit down and work.
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What is an Educational Therapist’s role on School’s campus?
ET are professionals who work one-on-one with children on their learning challenges and provide a thriving learning environment for your struggling students.
Kids on the Yard ET supports the school in discovering talent that will complement your school’s day and support your teachers, parents, and students.
ET’s, for short, professional backgrounds range from special education to speech and language therapy to psychology, but the overall focus is on the whole child; their emotional and cognitive thoughts are involved in successful learning.
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