Parents are often disturbed when their teenagers have academic problems. They usually worry about if their children will be successful in life with poor grades in school. However, it is important to know the causes of their academic problems in order to find solutions to them.
At this stage of a teenager’s life, many reasons could be responsible for his or her academic problems. The following are common causes of teen academic problems:
This health condition is usually diagnosed during early childhood, but mild autism (Asperger Syndrome) can go undiagnosed until high school years. Teens with mild autism often fail to understand what are they taught and find it difficult to answer questions.
Learning disabilities such as dyslexia and ADHD are common in teens. Teens with dyslexia find it difficult to process visual information. They often see letters transposed, which makes it difficult for them to read. Teens with ADHD have problems focusing on what they are reading or what is taught in the classroom.
Some teens have anger management issues and oppositional defiant disorder (ODD), which can affect their success in school. Such teens need to be treated before they become adults.
Other causes include depression, addiction, lack of motivation and social anxiety.
Here are some ways you can help them turn the situation around:
Ultimately, it is important to know that grades are not the only factors that will determine how successful your children will be in life. Give them the right support from early so that their journey to adulthood is less stressful. Trust us, you will thank yourself later.
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Good habits formed at youth make all the difference.- AristotleAristotle