Aversion to learning-woodmam

In short, a person who is "averse to learning" has a negative and passive attitude toward learning, while a person who is "happy to learn" has a positive and active attitude toward learning, and the knowledge gained from learning gives him a sense of satisfaction and achievement, and the sense of achievement motivates him to want to gain more knowledge and achieve more. In turn, the sense of accomplishment motivates him to want to gain more knowledge and thus achieve more. Therefore, people who are "averse to learning" often fall into the vicious circle of learning, while people who are "happy to learn" can enter the virtuous circle of learning.

  2. Overcoming points

  A positive mindset is the first and foremost weapon to cure boredom.

  Maggie was transferred to this school in the middle of the semester, and the principal asked her to be the class teacher of the 4th grade B class. He said the students in this class were "special".

  The first day she walked into the classroom, Maggie was shocked: flying paper balls, feet on the table, deafening noise ...... the whole classroom like a chaotic battlefield. Maggie turned over the roll call book on the podium and saw that it recorded the IQ of 20 students? Snow scores: 140, 141, 160 ...... In the United States, students entering elementary school are tested for IQ, and are divided into fast and slow classes according to IQ. The IQ of a normal person is around 130. Maggie dawned on me, oh! No wonder they are so energetic, the original little ones are all geniuses! Maggie was happy to be able to take over such a high quality class.

  At the beginning, Maggie found that many students did not turn in their homework, and even those who did turned it in were scribbled and full of mistakes. Maggie talked to the children individually. "With your high IQ, there's no reason why you can't get top grades; you need to realize your potential." She said this to each student.

  Throughout the semester, Maggie kept reminding her students not to waste their intelligence and special talents. Gradually, the children became diligent and their work was accurate and creative.

  At the end of the semester, the principal invited Maggie into her office. "What magic did you cast on these children?" He asked excitedly, "They actually did better on the general exams than the students in the regular classes!"

  "That's natural! Their IQs are already higher than those of the regular class, and didn't you also say they were special?" Maggie asked in disbelief.

  "I said that the students in Class B were special because some of them suffered from emotional disorders and some had low IQs and needed special care."

  "Then why are their IQ scores so high?" Maggie fished out the roll call from the folder and handed it to the principal.

  "Oh, you're mistaken, this column is their number in the gym locker." It turned out that this school's roll call, where the IQ scores are normally marked in schools, was noted with the locker numbers.

  Maggie listened and was stunned at first, but then laughed, "If a person believes he is a genius, he will be a genius. Next semester, I will also teach Class B as a genius class!"

  As it turns out, many students' boredom comes from their teachers' attitudes; children who are abandoned by their teachers tend to be bored with school, while the same group of children, whose teachers change to a positive attitude, might behave very differently. The root cause of all this happening is still on whether the mindset is positive or negative. Once you know this, you will understand how important it is to overcome the influence of the teacher's attitude and to keep yourself in a positive frame of mind for your own learning.

  Overcoming low self-esteem is also an important aspect of rooting out boredom. In addition to a negative mindset, low self-esteem is also an important cause of boredom. We often see some students, because of poor test scores, by parents, teachers, cold eyes, and even ridicule and ridicule, etc.. In fact, students who do not do well rarely do so because their learning ability is flawed, but more because their understanding of learning is still inadequate. If they are subjected to more cold looks and ridicule, they will slowly build up an inferiority complex and act more like they are not capable of learning. But as long as they are treated fairly and their courage is awakened, they can still make breakthroughs and achieve good results.

  A little girl said to her teacher, "Teacher, I want to talk to you alone about something."

  When it was just the teacher and the little girl together, she lifted up the sleeve of her dress - and she had several bruises on her arms!

  Surprised, the teacher asked, "What happened?"

  The little girl said, "Mom beat me up. I failed a math test, and my mother told me to tell you that you should shame me."

  The teacher's heart warmed up and said sincerely, "I don't want to shame you. I sympathize with you. Your foundation is poor, but I know you tried hard."

  Then, the teacher contacted the girl's mother and told her that beating children shabbily was a practice that hurt children's hearts and minds, and that she should be patient and help children and encourage them. Her mother was very touched, and will not hit her again.

  After that, the little girl also took the initiative to ask the teacher if she had any questions, and as a result, she scored more than eighty points in the final exam.

  For those who are considered "irredeemable", knowing shame is the key to success in overcoming aversion to learning. Some people are naughty from childhood, like to make trouble, trouble. At first, people just say he was naughty, but over time, when he caused more and more trouble, people began to "dislike" him, and even afraid to avoid it. Such people have really been hopeless? Is it really impossible to awaken the wisdom of the heart? The answer is no. For these people, instead of discussing whether he is still redeemable, it is more valuable to discuss how much he knows about his responsibilities. The more disruptive a child is, the more he actually lacks the awareness and recognition of social responsibility. Once they are able to wake up to where their responsibilities lie and begin to recognize what they should be doing, such people can be just as successful and can achieve great success: the

  Fritz Preger was awarded the Nobel Prize in 1923 for his creation of the trace analysis of organic compounds. His great fame in Laibach, however, is not due to this, but to the fact that no one knew about him because of his naughty teenage years.

  Preger lost his father at a young age and was always loved by his mother, but he was very willful and often got into trouble, and people kept coming to his door to "complain". The neighbors complained, so the mother often secretly tears, for their own failure to educate their children and feel sad. Finally, one day, she made up her mind to educate Preger strictly.

  That day, Preger came home from outside in the stars as usual, his clothes were colorful, and his face and hands were dirty. As soon as he entered, he lay down on the sofa and asked his mother to pour him water, while she was busy in the kitchen with household chores. The mother came out of the kitchen, saw her son's appearance and screamed, "Oh my God! What have you been doing again? You're so dirty. I just finished washing your morning change of clothes. The weather is getting colder and the water is getting colder. ......"

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