Attitude that teacher have to have
Children with dysgraphia often experience frustration, anxiety and low self-esteem or poor self-image. In particular, students can feel inadequacy from the biginning of school because the first activities are principally graphic and so tangible for them.
The right approach and understanding can make an enormous difference in the life of students!
It is very important to consider what kind of positive attitudes teachers should use to support them.
Be patient and positive when students practice handwriting; no punish for apparently careless works; avoid criticisms for sloppiness or illegibility. Point out errors gently and kindly!
Encourage correct grip, posture and paper positioning.
Teach and encourage to use writing warm-up exercises: before writing, child can do a stress-reliever exercise, such as shaking hands quickly or rub them together to relieve tension
Encourage the student to use hand exercises when he/she becomes fatigued.