5 Simple Reasons That Prevent A Child From Truly Loving The School

5 Simple Reasons that Prevent A Child from Truly Loving the School

by Alex Noah — 3 years ago in Development 3 min. read

When Google is at hand, it is not necessary to know by heart the depth of the Mariana Depression and the current power formula. And if a teacher only does what makes you learn such facts, children in class are unbearably bored.

And then college, higher education, and study in general.

However, the shortcomings of the school program is not the main reason why a child may hate learning. Other (no less important) are described in this article.

1. A child from an early age has no motivation to learn anything at all.

If from the first grade to chase a child through tutors and make him sit over the lessons until night, he is unlikely to understand why it is necessary.

And it is unlikely to listen to parents who say that otherwise not to enter a prestigious university, not to get a good education, not to become successful. An ice cream café after school is a motivation, but a prestigious position in 20 years is not. First-grader does not see any connection between today and the distant (as it seems to him) future. He remembers only a few years from his life.

Children live here and now, in their own world, where the toy car is much more expensive than the present.

2. It is difficult for a modern schoolboy to concentrate.

It is difficult for a child who grew up in the Internet age to concentrate on one thing. For example, the monotonous voice of a teacher. That is why it is difficult for modern children to write essays.

But you may use this service. Children love colorful plot games on the tablet and perfectly perceive the aggressive editing – their consciousness has become a clip.

It is easier for them to watch an hour-long dynamic youtube clip than to sit on a boring 45-minute lesson from start to finish. Although if the teacher uses video, music, and actively involves the students in the lesson, it can change everything.
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3. The child does not get along with his classmates and teachers.

In February last year BBC News published sad statistics: two thirds of children are under constant stress. The study involved 700 children aged 10-11.

Most often children are stressed about two things: family relationships and school failures. And failures are not just about grades – it can be a quarrel with classmates or a teacher.

A child is much more sensitive to the unhealthy atmosphere in the team than adults. How can you enjoy your lessons if you are laughed at or, worse, poisoned?

4. Bad marks spoil a child’s mood.

Many countries, including ours, are launching alternative schools where children are not separated in terms of performance. But such an attitude to grades is not quite justified.

Psychologist Benjamin Hardy, for example, believes that those who get bad grades at school achieve much higher heights in adulthood than exemplary high achievers.

It is just that they are not pressed by the fear of getting a bad grade for an alternative solution. This means that you can experiment, create, and boldly look for non-standard approaches.
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5. The child does not have a good sleep and rest.

Hardly on Monday, after an active weekend and four hours of sleep, you are burning with the desire to come to work quickly (and if so – you are a happy man!).

It seems to adults that the child can easily cope with malnutrition and loads because children have energy pond. In fact, schoolchildren are tired no less than their parents, so they should restfully.

Tiredness, which gradually accumulates in the child, can cause a bad mood, anxiety and even neurosis.

Alex Noah

Alex is senior editor of The Next Tech. He studied International Communication Management at the Hague University of Applied Sciences.

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