Don't "work hard" to learn-Woodmam


One cannot hate something and do it well at the same time.

  To subjectively demand "hard work" from a child without paying attention to the nurturing elements of the environment is as unwarranted as thinking you can grab a bunch of money out of the air, and is typically idealistic.

"Hard work" is a mature learning character, which does not arise out of thin air, but grows on the soil of reason and interest. Some children are still unwilling to study hard when they are in middle school and about to take the entrance exam, which means that their learning character has always remained at a younger age, and this stagnation in development is due to the fact that from childhood to adulthood, they have never formed an interest in learning and have never developed rationality in their minds. These developmental stagnation must be related to the parents' attitude and way of education.

Although we do not need to distinguish between "hard work" and "hard work" in our lives, we must realize that different feelings can have a completely different impact on our children in education.

  If you want your child to do a good job, you must first make him like it, or at least not resent it, and avoid mixing in factors that make him feel unhappy - learning not to "work hard", that's the truth.

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  It is necessary to train children to be diligent in their studies, but using the words and ideas of "hard work" to require children to do so is often doing the opposite.

  It is because adults imply that learning is a "hard task" or destroy children's interest in learning with various incorrect methods, making learning a "hard task" that children want to avoid, play and waste time in an inordinate way, and become The child wants to avoid learning, play and waste time, and becomes "unintelligent".

  In elementary school, the main problem is interest in learning; in junior high school, the main problem is learning methods; and in high school, it is diligence.

  When it comes to training children to study diligently, it is important not to reinforce the "bitterness" but to dissipate it as much as possible - do not suggest to your child that studying is bitter, and do not put pressure on your child. Avoid him to feel bitter in the learning activities.

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