Tapping the intellectual potential of children-Woodmam


Reinforcing observation developing imagination cultivating self-control.

  The success of any talent is inseparable from intellectual and non-intellectual factors. Intellectual factors mainly include observation, imagination, attention, thinking and memory; non-intellectual factors mainly refer to human emotions (including moral qualities), will, character, temperament, etc.

  In a person's life, childhood is the key period of intellectual development, and the intellectual development in this period will directly affect the intellectual development of a person's life. Therefore, seizing the golden period of children's intellectual development and developing their intellectual potential in a timely manner is an important way to teach children to become talented and help them succeed.
First, strengthen the child's powers of observation

  Historically, all people with highly developed intelligence have strong observation skills. The famous Russian physiologist Pavlov once made this request to his students: "should first learn to observe, observe. Without learning to observe, you will never be a scientist."
Second, the development of children's imagination

  Imagination, as a creative cognitive ability, is a powerful force.

  Einstein outlined his life's scientific practice and came up with the insight that "imagination is more important than knowledge". He proposed that "knowledge is limited, while imagination summarizes everything in the world, drives progress, and is the source of the evolution of knowledge." Therefore, we should consider imagination as a complete factor in scientific research.
Third, develop children's self-control

  For children, the most important thing is to let them develop good self-learning habits from childhood. With the habit of self-learning, no matter whether children continue their further education or join the workforce, they can make good use of this key to open the door of knowledge.

Educational toys can be used to prompt children's learning abilities

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