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Some tips for students:-

1). Make the lesson deep and meaningful- Introverted students are often quiet because they are deep thinkers. 

2). Give them time to formulate their thoughts- Teachers know that all students need time to think after asking a question and are often trained to give plenty of wait-time. 

3).Give them plenty of time to be alone- Introverted students prefer low-stimulation environments, so a classroom that is fast-paced and constantly moving from one activity to the next is likely to wear them out. 

4).Give them alternate means of participation- it’s naïve to think the only way to participate is by speaking in a group discussion. 

http://www.quietrev.com/7-strategies-for-surviving-as-an-introverte...

http://www.teachhub.com/4-simple-strategies-help-shy-student

 

 

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