Every child is unique and that is the most beautiful trait about children. We believe that what we, as adults teach them, make them learn, we are basically responsible for their overall growth and development and this is true but they do for us, likewise. We learn a lot from kids too. How to have patience, how to do multi-tasking, taking up responsibility without taking the risk of committing any mistake, controlling anger and the most beautiful of them all we get to witness innocence in its most natural way.
The moment an infant comes out his mother’s womb the craving for learning starts. Whether it is to learn crawling, nibbling, eating, drinking, smiling, and crying. And, the process of learning continues forever till we reach our death bed. This hunger for knowledge and learning is what keeps us going throughout our lives, without which we would just turn into dull and dead corpses.
Just like every child is unique, similarly how they think, learn, receive, process and react is equally unique and different from the other. Not every one of them can be approached in the same manner. We need to understand this quite smartly studying, analyzing our kids’ behavior, learning span, what engages them most, what irritates them and which approach brings out the best from them. As children obviously would not understand this we need to take a few steps in the primary years only. How they perform later would totally be dependent upon how and what approach we have taken to teach them in their primary years.
In this the parents, family members, educators and each any everybody who stays around a child plays the roles that they have to perform to their full capacity. If every child or student is considered the same and of equal capacity it will mean that you have failed in your approach and this will have bad consequences on your child too.
For making things easier, experts are approached so as to identity the best way to teach children. According to child experts here at Private School Review, there are 4 ways to make a difference for your child…