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Cheuk Cheuk’s First 6 Month’s Progress in Learning how to Learn

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Children with ASD often exhibit behaviors that interfere with the learning process such as not paying attention and not willing to come to the work area.
Paying attention and remaining calm to are some samples of “Learning how to learn” skills. These refer to skills that have a pivotal role in teaching students the process of learning. These key skills form the foundation that will enable children to acquire all other skills. They are essential competencies for a child’s future well-being.
Like many other children, when Cheuk Cheuk first started ABA training in AP, he was not good at pay attention nor waiting. Sometimes, he’s a bit sloppy during sessions. Let’s check out his great improvements over the past few months.

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