How teachers can improve self-esteem of students with autism
Children with autism face difficulties in studies due to their medical conditions. They are not able to socialize and express like others, which can cause low self-esteem.
Teachers can use some tips to improve the self-esteem in their students with autism.
Encouraging the student and helping them find their strengths.
Teaching students about positive self-talk and not to have a negative opinion of themselves.
Praise the students frequently on their good work.
Appreciate every small improvement shown by the students.
Encourage them to be more independent.
Give them some responsibilities to work on.
Do not label students and give them opportunities to change.
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