My 9 year old (4th grade) is having problems in correcting herself. To explain, if she learns something the wrong way the first time, it becomes hard to make her forget that and do it the right way. Be it spelling, answers, methods or logic of mathematics, she sticks to the way she learns it first.

Even if we tell her the issue and correct her regularly, she just does the right way temporarily and then gets back to the original learning. This problem is affecting her academic very much though she is knowledgeable.

Anybody has any suggestions.

asked 12 Nov '18, 21:57

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