Supporting Learning -infograafin teksti
Did I try something challenging?
Did I do better than last time?
BE KIND TO YOURSELF
YOU DO NOT HAVE TO SUCCEED IMMEDIATELY.
Develop your learning skills and pick up what works for you.
CHANGE YOUR APPROACH:
Something can be both a challenge and a strength, depending on the situation.
QUESTION AND CHALLENGE unpleasant thoughts:
We often are harsher on ourselves than others.
LEARNING TOOLS AND MEANS
Use dictation or listen to a text. Find an application that helps you with maths, focusing or time-management skills.
FIND THE RIGHT METHODS FOR YOU:
Use your strengths to support your memory (images, videos, speech, singing, movement), schedule your tasks into small parts, set the bar low for getting started; just a few sentences is a good start.
FIND THE SUITABLE TIME AND ENVIRONMENT:
Silence or background noise, a clean desk or a sofa, morning or evening, listening to an audiobook while on a walk?
FINDING SOLUTIONS TOGETHER
CONSIDER what kind of support would you like to receive: understanding, advice, services?
ASK FOR HELP even if it feels difficult. You have the right to get help.
- FAMILY AND FRIENDS
- PEER GROUPS (Finnish Diverse Learners and Learning Support Centre)
- PROFESSIONALS (e.g. student welfare, health care, occupational health care, employment services, organisations)
REHABILITATION FOUNDATION/LEARNING SUPPORT CENTRE 2021.