As a human being, we express our feelings through emotions, when we feel happy we express it through a smile, when we are angry we show it by shouting at someone or by through force, when we feel sad we cry, like that human being's emotions are a way to express themselves. Emotions are complex that don’t have a single universally accepted definition. These are termed as mental states that arise spontaneously without any conscious effort. Some experts feel emotions are a cognitive process and are physical expressions that are related to feelings, perceptions or belief about objects and relations between them. When it comes to scientific research emotions are divided into multiple dimensions such as behavioral, physiological, subjective and cognitive. According to experts deeds, ideas, emotions, and physiological states are the four components of human behavior. Idea and deed can be chosen independently but emotions and physiological states cannot be chosen independently. Piaget’s Theory Most of the students suffer from learning disabilities. There are many factors that affect the concentration of the students. Usually, student’s concentration is diverted by the surrounding factors. A healthy environment should be provided to the students. Students might be of any age group, from kindergarten to postgraduate students. Every person has one or more disabilities. It might be a physical or psychological disability.
One of the main reasons for learning disabilities is the lack of concentration. Student’s thoughts divert very easily. They could not keep up their concentration level up to the mark. Short-term memory is also one of the reasons. Some of them were unable to remember previous days lessons or unable to grasp features of learned lessons quickly. Assessing student’s abilities and disabilities is the major factor and teachers should strive to identify these issues. By identifying their strengths and weaknesses one can easily work on these issues. Self-confidence plays an important role in everyone’s lives. It is the deciding factor that decides a winner and a loser.
ReferenceWoolfolk, A. Educational Psychology. (10th ED.) Boston: Pearson Education, Inc. 2006.
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