There are many challenges that students are likely to face in the classroom. Example s of these challenges includes the following. The first challenge occurs when a given student or a group of student is not able to understand what is being taught by the teacher. Under such circumstances, the student may be the causal factor while in some instances; the teacher might be the problem.
Most of the teachers mainly prefer to offer many materials to the students within a very short time without minding whether the student understands or not. This eventually leads to poor performance of the student. It is true that the student might have the relevant materials but does not get adequate time to read the materials provided by the student. The student may also cause the challenge to himself for instance if he or she fails to pay close attention to the teacher. The teacher might struggle very hard to make clarification of a given point but on the other side, the student may be engaged to other activities.
The result of the student’s behavior is usually reflected on his or her performance. In most cases, students who are very keen and observant perform very well compared to other students who do not ascertain the importance of education. Other challenges experienced by the students in the classroom include absence of proper facilities to aid the learning process and reduced number of learning hours. Mitigating challenges encountered in the classroom can be done using a number of ways. The most appropriate way is ensuring that only the highly qualified teachers are hired to teach the students.