Individualized Attention

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Individualized Attention

Individualized Attention

Further evidence indicates that classrooms managed by individualized attention as well as classroom composition, guide a teacher’s creativity to plan and program effectively for students and are able to devote time to working with students on an individual basis.

Subtitle: Individualized Teacher to Student Attention

Research has shown that in the primary grades, students who experience individualized teacher to student attention perform significantly better in reading and mathematics. They also show higher participation rates in school and have fewer discipline problems.

Further evidence indicates that classrooms managed by individualized attention as well as classroom composition, guide a teacher’s creativity to plan and program effectively for students and are able to devote time to working with students on an individual basis.