This child was more active, less focused, and couldn't sit still in class. Isn't he a strong person? You say, a few children sit together to see who sits best, who holds on the longest, and the bench does not make a sound. If you use the strong mind to pull him, he may suddenly have a more stable performance than those quiet children.
This child may also be less likely to pay attention. Again, use his strong mind to guide him, and several children will race to read a text to see who remembers it most clearly.
By using the strong mind to pull the child along, the child can make significant progress and development in concentration, perseverance, and discipline.
This method is often used by elementary school teachers.
A particularly naughty student was scattered with discipline and could not always be quiet. The teacher made him a squad leader to manage the other children, and as a result, he became especially disciplined himself.
Good teachers use this approach.
Realize the perfection and fullness of the child's character
The use of the good and strong mentality can be used in early childhood, not when the child is in elementary school.
When a child is particularly naughty, the teacher asks him to call out the line and supervise everyone to see who stands up straight and well. The first thing he will do is stand up straight, and he will be very strict with others. He was the most mobile, but now he becomes the most disciplined.
Also add logical interruption method, so that he constantly overcome some too capricious, too naughty, too active, too aggressive and some such personality deviations.
Special attention should be paid to the child's ability to express himself
Sixth principle, for shy, timid, timid, introverted, not very lively child, we should pay special attention to cultivate, build his self-confidence.
To build self-confidence, special attention should be paid to the cultivation of the ability to express.
Self-confidence is often associated with a child's boldness in social life.
A child who dares to speak, to laugh, to make a scene, to express himself, he naturally has a confidence in life. A child who is afraid to speak, to express, to communicate with the outside world, is likely to lack self-confidence.
Therefore, we should start with the cultivation of expression ability and pay special attention to the cultivation of children's self-confidence.
The ability to express is linked to the ability to think. Generally speaking, smart children are good at expressing themselves and are willing to express themselves with more knowledge. But some children are very smart and have a lot of knowledge, but they are afraid to speak.
Therefore, the ability to express not only a question of whether to speak, there is a dare to speak of the problem.
Whether or not you can speak is a question of intelligence, and whether or not you dare to speak is a question of psychological quality, a question of courage.
Expression is a combination of learning ability and psychological quality, especially in early childhood.
Therefore, it is especially important for young children to develop the ability to express themselves and to build confidence, interest and other motivation in this way.
Firmly implementing the principle of play
The seventh principle, firmly implement the principle of play.
The play-learning method, the learning-play method.
Fostering children to see learning as play from an early age develops their interest and love of learning.
The game learning method is also the enjoyable learning method.
Promote the pleasant learning method, not the painful learning method.
Parent's smile--smile of concern, smile of appreciation, smile of praise, smile of encouragement and example is most important to young children.
The potential of human brain is very large, as long as you believe that your child is not inferior to others, believe that your child is smart, and pay attention to development, they can become geniuses.
Children with different personalities should be taught according to their needs.
The cultivation of learning ability definitely requires different approaches according to the different personalities of the children. The general attitude is the same, to cultivate the five positives of the child, to appreciate, praise, and encourage.
Of course there are specific differences in nurturing methods depending on the personality.
Different personalities should be nurtured with different refinements.
Only by combining the cultivation of the child's learning ability with the perfection of his character can we improve all aspects of his learning ability at the same time. To make the child's character develop as much as possible in the direction of perfection and perfection, the child should be guided to slowly overcome the defects in his character.
12 Education of school-age children
A child's life and learning are lively and flexible. You cannot use simple and rough methods with flexible things.
It is important to protect and nurture the child's motivation to learn as if it were a fire or a plant seedling.
It is important to fully recognize every bit of your child's effort, while appreciating every bit of progress your child makes.
12.1 Differences in Foundations
After school, the child enters a new stage of life, which we call the school-age stage.
Children at this stage often walk in the door with their own personalities, with their own pre-school level of intellectual development and knowledge, and with their own upward motivation, interest motivation, self-confidence, attention and perseverance in learning.
Some children are brought up by their grandparents, while others grow up in nursery schools or kindergartens, because their preschool education and environment are different. How is the mental quality? How is their personality? Are the five types of motivation in learning high?
Different children show significant differences in this stage.
12.2 Differences in academic performance and expressive skills
These differences are not so obvious in early childhood. Once they enter school, the first thing that shows up is the difference in academic performance.
While the difference in motivation can be considered a soft difference, the difference in academic achievement is a hard difference.
This difference can be seen not only by teachers and parents, but also by the children themselves.
Do not underestimate the difference in academic performance, it has a significant impact on the child's psychology.
All parents need to pay attention to this point.
Parents are concerned about their children's academic performance all day long, and the first thing you want to ask when your child comes home is how many points your child scored on the test. What you may not realize is that academic performance is one of the measures of your child's entire self-esteem in school, almost the most important measure.
Your child competes in the classroom every day.
In addition to this, differences in your child's social activities and expression skills show up.