The ancients said: "Without rules, a circle cannot be formed." Rules are the premise and foundation of human existence and activities. People always act within the scope formed by "rules" and "rules". Follow the rules. From childhood, let children know what to do and what not to do, and let these rules act like a solid fence, guarding the children to become self-reliant little by little, and eventually become people needed by society. So, what rules should a child develop before the age of 6? Rule 1: No vulgar and barbaric behaviors
Many parents have this kind of confusion: obviously they have worked hard and spent time and energy to manage their children, but the children are always lazy, so parents fall into the vicious circle of "the more you manage, the more lazy your children".
Research has found that "complimenting" a child isn't always beneficial. Some researchers asked different children to solve math problems. After solving a set of simple problems, the researchers gave each person a sentence of feedback. Some children were complimented on their intelligence: "Wow, you're so smart!" and others were confident about their efforts: "You worked so hard." The researchers then gave the children a more difficult set of questions. .
Self-esteem refers to a person's sense of self-worth or self-image, and is an individual's overall evaluation of oneself. People with high self-esteem have a good sense of self-worth and a positive self-image, and people with low self-esteem have a low sense of self-worth and a negative self-image. Self-esteem plays an important role in children's growth and is the inner driving force for children's self-improvement. A child with high self-esteem is full of confidence in his own ability and value, can face learning and life positively and optimistically, and experience the joy of success more. On the contrary, a child with low self-esteem always tends to deny his own ability and value, lacks positive motivation, and is prone to emotional experience of inferiority, helplessness and anxiety, which brings many negative effects on physical and mental development.
B. Joseph Pine, a professor at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, pointed out in his book "Experience Economy": We can learn 10% of the information we read; we can learn 15% of the information we hear. ; but we can learn 80 percent of what we have experienced. It can be seen the importance of "experience" in the individual learning process. Experiential Learning Theory Experiential learning comes from English "Experientiallearning", also known as experiential learning, discovery reflective learning, activity learning or interactive learning. With the advent of the experiential learning theory of Professor Kolb of Harvard University, experiential learning has been
It is said that parents are the first teachers of children. It can be seen that every action of parents is a benchmark for children to learn in the future, and it is a role model for children to learn. Until this point, I still go my own way and don't shy away from my words and deeds. This also hurts the children invisibly, so some things are big... The family must stop in front of the children, otherwise the children will be destroyed in the end.