When young children display abnormal behavior, it is safe to say that professional consultation is required. You can use the Clancy Behavior Scale or the ADHD test to screen your children for early detection.
Sometimes, however, it could just be a false alarm. I found a couple of cases in the past. I spoke with a couple of parents who told me that their two sons, ages seven and nine, had learning disabilities and needed professional consultants. After teaching them math for a few years, I was able to understand the situation better. They showed great progress, maintaining above-average grades and having a regular interactive response with others. I even have a normal relationship between children and their parents. I came to the conclusion that immigrant children are very easily confused by school with learning disabilities due to cultural and language barriers in the classroom. These children simply need more love and attention.
Family life is also essential: constant fights at home between parents can cause emotional instability in children. This, in turn, can halt your learning progress. Parents have an obligation to provide a loving and disciplined home environment so that their children are ready to learn. When children are ready to learn but do not learn well, it is very likely that the drop is due to the quality of the teaching of the teachers.
I was moved by a college professor when he apologized to students who failed his class. 40% of the students in the class had previously failed a midterm exam. He apologized to them and said their explanations and teaching skills weren’t good enough. Children are like blank sheets of paper waiting for the quality and motivation of the teachers. I often tell parents in front of their children that if their grades in school don’t improve, we are to blame. The only condition is that they cooperate fully with us.
Across Canada, one in ten students studies in a private school, but in Quebec the ratio rises to 2.9: 10, which is almost three times the average. This big difference shows that parents actually trust teachers in private schools much more than they do in public schools. I have shown appreciation and appreciation to many good teachers when some students showed us some quality class lessons and assignments. Unfortunately, there are always teachers who cannot or cannot answer more difficult questions. Either they tell the students that they will contact them at a later date and then they forget completely or they tell the students that they should be able to solve the questions as they are so easy, thus disguising their disability.
Every child needs and deserves to be illustrated by their parents, teachers, a good quote, a movie or a book. The very famous inventor Thomas Edison is a very good example. At school, young Edison’s mind often wandered and his teacher, Reverend Engle, could be heard calling him “confused.” This ended Edison’s three months of official studies. Edison later recalled, “My mother made me.” Anyone with the key to activating their motivation has already taken the first step to success.
There are also tools provided by the Environmental Test System to evaluate learning motivation or the Personal Curriculum System to diagnose the needs of students through the analysis of students from massive computer information.