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Understanding learning barriers

Posted by Hlengiwe Zwane on 01 February 2023, 14:40 SAST

When there is so much to take in, learning barriers can feel like swallowing an elephant. It's easy to get lost, wondering where to begin. Understand that students learn in different ways, just as they struggle differently.

This worsens when students face multiple barriers to learning at once, thus creating more difficulties. These challenges can shift and change as students progress in their education journey. It is only by understanding and identifying the common barriers we can prevent them from getting in the way in the first place.

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