Our expert says:
Some children may develop concentration problems, for a variety of different reasons, and these may then in turn interfere with their learning. and not always psychological problems - sometimes a kid who is developing short-sightedness can't see the blackboard, etc., and may seem to be having learning problems, which can be cured by getting glasses.
Unless she excessively needs praise ( in which case it may be worthwhile having her assessed ) praising her for any genuinely good behaviours is worth doing. But jealousy and self-centredness may be unhelpful in the long term.
It sounds overall as though you are distinctly worried, perhaps with good reason, perhaps not - but let her see a child psychologist for a prper assessment, and see if the shrink picks up anything worth worrying about ( and can then advise on hos to put it right ) or if the shrink can then otherwise re-assure you
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