Remedial classes are often used to stress the basics in a subject such as maths or language. They can help students who are having problems with advanced concepts to fully understand the basics of subject. Students can also use them to catch-up on material after a long break from education. Some people look upon remedial classes as fact be useful tools to gain a more complete grasp of difficult ideas or rules.
If a student appears to be significantly behind the expected level for a class, a teacher may require him or her to take a remedial class. These classes act as a “safety valve” for struggling students, allowing them to work at a more appropriate level, rather than failing because they are not at the same level as the rest of the class. Remedial classes can be a positive environment for students suffering from low-self esteem, as they encourage students to ask as many questions as necessary to understand a subject, rather than feeling pressured to learn everything immediately.
- To give more help and support for the slow learners.
- To pay individual attention to the low achiever in the class.
- Develop interest in attending remedial classes for the children.
- Principal will draw a time table for the remedial classes’ right after the mid term.
- Teacher will identify the target children to whom they need supplemental class.
- Make necessary steps to make children available at all remedial class.
- Teacher should have proper plans for the class.
- Remedial class will commence from the beginning of the second term.
- Time table will be ready where all the teachers are involved.
- 30 minutes of remedial class will be started after the school is over.
- Teachers will teach those selected students or whole class seriously and maintain report on the effectiveness of the class.
- Principal will monitor the effectiveness of remedial class.
- Conduct meeting and see the outcome of children after the annual exam for future recommendation.