Child psychology in education and attention to children’s abilities

Child psychology in education

Child psychology in education

The most common thing among children is “being a child“. Each child has his or her personality. The tutor must recognize the personality of each of them and treat them by their personality. The art of good tutors is communicating well with children and establishing mutual respect. If children love their tutor, they will be present in class without fear and respect. So, they will enjoy learning with the inner desire for it.

Attention to children’s abilities

The child cannot spend hours working and thinking. At the right time, the child should be free to do whatever he likes and the teacher is just a supervisor.

A child with his free liveliness chooses his friends regardless of class differences, looks, and so on, and has a good spirit of friendship and cooperation.

The child is very thoughtful and curious. The children’s questions are as much as their own experiences, and if they are answered with goodness and kindness in the early stages, they will gradually become curious and their information domain will be expanded.

Motivation in children

Children are keen to succeed as soon as they begin. If a teacher has used a method that the child is more likely to touch on the results of his or her success, the desire for perseverance and doing new and better things grows in them. But if they faced with great and annoying criticism, the feeling of shame and distrust in the child is formed. It should not be forgotten that the sense of success in doing something is the most important motivation for future child activities.

Responsibility in Children

Children in the family get their responsibilities by doing personalized tasks and helping parents. similarly, teachers should use the child’s responsibilities based on their abilities and desires. Encouraging children to do homework and participant in group play is an effective way to do this. The responsibility of the group games will shape the child’s social character in the best way.

Using Children’s Imagination

Some children set themselves as the hero of the stories that they see in movies and imaginative cartoons. So, they live in an imaginary world and they are getting out of the real world. The tutor must lead them into the real world in a desirable way. If children are promptly prevented from doing what they do, the feeling of fear and loss will hurt their personality. In such cases, “active listening” to what the children express can be effective. Likewise, the tutor can courage them to participate in group games and shows. Also, the teacher can help children for the use of imagination by drawing and portraying their thoughts or writing stories about them.

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