Every year intelligent students get left behind in lessons because they have slow cognitive processing and can’t keep up. Students that otherwise would perform well at school are left behind.
What can we do to provide equal opportunities for all students?
By better understanding students with slow processing, and by using resources like daily task planners to support them, we can bridge the gap between them and the rest of the class.
These daily planners help students to process the tasks they need to do and stop them from becoming overwhelmed in lessons. They break down teachers’ instructions into manageable chunks and serve as helpful reminders for homework and other tasks.
Download our free secondary and primary task planners to further support slow processing students today.
Topic: Classroom Management
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