Once we isolate the How? Where? and Why? of a child’s inability to score well on a task or subject, we begin to provide a strategic method of corrective measures to ensure that the issue gets resolved.
Children who cannot remember date’s and events (history) are shown a graphical representation of events/ visual cues to give them a feel for the event and its relevance in a documented fashion so that they need not memorise information by rote. Children who have the ability to perform par excellence in terms of information retention don’t do well because they often leave test questions unanswered are provided with time management tasks where an hour long question paper is divided in to quadrants of 15 minutes each with a buzzer sounding at the end of each quadrant helping them prioritise and speed up the pace at which they solve problems.
These are just 2 of the many ways we help a child progress.