|Areas for Educational Therapeutic Intervention
Points of Focus
- Difficulty in content or process knowledge
- Difficulty in perception, cognition or psycholinguistic skills
- Difficulty in personal relationships that adversely affects learning
The first point of focus is appropriate when the student identifies with the need to address the task or project at hand, is cooperative, willing and interested in the particular assignment.
- The specific nature of the academic or creative work (music, art, dance, sport)
- The relationship between the student and the academic or creative work
- The relationship between the therapist and the student
- The reciprocal relationship of the therapist, the student and the academic or creative work.