There are constant talks going on about student persistence and student success. Regardless of the type of school and the course they offer, there are many reasons that trigger students dropout rates. Students who fail to succeed in school and attend schools that fail to provide them with the environments and supports they need to succeed, they leave school mostly. For some, initial failure is the result of poor academic preparation, for others, it is rooted in unmet social-emotional needs.
Teachers can improve their students’ chances of success by working to understand student frustrations, providing appropriate supports, and finding ways to help them over the rough spots. They offer interesting classes, activities, excursions, seminars or use various teaching/learning methods. We share the methods we have used to improve students' communication, social, personal and general skills, as well as their psychological well-being.