School Learning Factors

Nowadays, information flows at an impressive speed and reaches a staggering number of people. Schools try to adapt their teaching model to the needs of students, including new techniques such as using digital devices or platforms in the classroom to improve students’ skills in some subjects. These are only a fraction of the factors involved in children’s development and learning.

These factors are listed below:

  1. Motivation. It is a fundamental factor in children’s learning. Although children have an innate curiosity to learn, it is up to the adults to encourage this ability. There are many ways to do this, for example, by providing them with a new and attractive space or by devising different activities where they can develop their creativity.
  2. Raising Children. Adults are responsible for whether or not children acquire certain study habits. Their nurturing will determine their ability to learn. If, for example, they do math problems every day, this will be a way to spark their interest in the subject.
  3. Socioeconomic Status. A delicate economic situation can be an obstacle for those in vulnerable circumstances, especially when these children have a disability.
  4. Culture. Depending on the culture can influence a child’s ability to learn since cultural factors vary from country to country.
  5. Individual Differences. Every child has unique and different characteristics that make them who they are. Having a thorough understanding of each child’s abilities and limitations is crucial, to tailoring their learning needs. Sometimes, everyone expects that children learn at the same pace because they are in the same grade but, this does not mean that these demands apply to them.

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