Method 1: Create a good learning atmosphere for children
A good family atmosphere has an immeasurable impact on children. Through their own behavior, parents create a diligent and studious family atmosphere for their children, so that children have an interest in learning from an early age, so that they can take the initiative to pick up books, actively pursue knowledge, and truly learn to learn.
If parents want their children to concentrate on their studies, they must first be quiet. When their children are studying, they should not distract their children, such as not watching TV, not laughing aloud, and choosing quiet activities, such as reading newspapers, reading books, etc. In the subtle influence of parents, learn to concentrate on learning.
It is best for parents to prepare a separate study room for their child and provide him with a quiet learning environment. An independent and quiet study room makes it easy for children to calm down and focus on learning, without being disturbed by irrelevant information from the outside world, so the learning effect is better.
In addition, parents should try to help their children eliminate distractions in their studies, for example, stipulating that children cannot bring toys into the study, and do not host friends or classmates while doing homework.
Method 2: Stimulate children's learning motivation
Learning motivation is the inner drive for children to learn consciously and actively. To cultivate children's learning ability, it is necessary to start with stimulating children's learning motivation.
Children are very curious about things, and they will actively explore learning methods, thereby improving their learning ability; on the contrary, if they are not interested in things around them, they will not arouse the desire to learn. Therefore, in order to stimulate children's learning motivation, we must first stimulate children's curiosity.
Parents can show their children more prospects for learning, so that children have confidence in the future, so that children will continue to learn and improve their autonomy in order to achieve their goals.
Sijia is in the third grade this year, and her academic performance is very poor, especially in mathematics. Although her mother often taught her the importance of mathematics, and Sijia knew the importance of mathematics, her academic performance never improved.
On this day, my mother took an interesting brain teaser about computing. Sijia thought it was very interesting, so she thought about it very seriously. Her mother guided her to read a lot of books on brain training. With the help of her mother, Sijia developed a strong interest in mathematics. She felt that she could get a lot of happiness in the process of thinking, and she also summarized many learning methods. Unconsciously, Sijia's math scores have also improved a lot, and her learning ability has also been continuously enhanced.
Children's interest in learning is the driving force to improve their learning ability. Interest in learning is not innate, but develops through long-term educational influence and social practice. Children are interested in learning and will naturally work hard to learn with all their heart and soul.
Parents should make their children's learning full of freshness, constantly appreciate their children's progress, use the power of celebrity role models to inspire children, and arouse children's love for learning.
Method 3: Help your child set appropriate learning goals
Without clear goals, children's learning will stall. Appropriate learning goals are the direction and motivation for children to move forward, which can motivate children to actively explore their potential and learn actively. Therefore, it is of great significance for parents to help their children set appropriate learning goals.
The so-called appropriate learning goals cannot be too high or too low, but must be in line with the actual situation of the child, and cannot blindly set learning goals for the child against the wishes and requirements of the child.
Lei Congcong is in the fifth grade of primary school this year. He is very diligent in his studies, but his grades are not very good. There is no plan for his daily study, and he has not set learning goals for himself.
Mom suggested that she set learning goals, but she said that it was a waste of time, so why not do more math problems. Mom was serious about the importance of goals. Under the supervision of his mother, Lei Congcong set his own learning goals and set a rule that he must master the knowledge learned that day every day, and strive to advance 5 places in the next exam.
Motivated by the learning goals, Lei Congcong's learning momentum increased, and his grades really improved.
When helping children formulate learning goals, parents should fully respect their children's wishes, and work together to set learning goals with their children after in-depth understanding of the children's own characteristics and ideas. At the same time, parents should tell their children to break down the big goals into small goals, preferably specific to the goals that need to be accomplished each day. By combining long-term and short-term goals, your child's learning will be more purposeful and directional.
Once the child's learning goals are out of touch with reality, parents should correct them in time to make the goals match the actual situation of the child. Only in this way will the learning goals play their due role.
After children have their own goals, parents should supervise their children's implementation and encourage them to study according to their goals. Only by sticking to the goals can they achieve the desired results.
Method 4: Teach your children scientific learning methods
In modern society, the speed of knowledge update is accelerating, and children need to master all kinds of information. Only with good learning ability and scientific learning methods can children take the initiative to accept all kinds of knowledge, and constantly improve and enrich themselves. Learning methods are catalysts for children's learning, which can help children overcome various difficulties in the process of autonomous learning and allow children to easily acquire knowledge.
The children with excellent grades are not those "nerds" who work hard all day. They pay more attention to games and play than other classmates, and they are very happy in their study and life. The key reason is that they can learn and master scientific learning methods. A scientific learning method should be a combination of preview, lecture and review. Parents should help their children master the correct methods of previewing, listening to lectures and reviewing.
Preview is the key to children's learning. Only by learning to preview, will the ability of self-learning be gradually cultivated. Parents can help their children make a good preparation plan and manage the preparation time reasonably.
Classroom is the most effective way for children to acquire knowledge. Parents should educate their children to cherish class time, listen carefully, take notes in class, actively answer questions in class, and dare to ask questions.
"Reviewing the old and learning the new", children who are good at reviewing will have a better grasp of knowledge. Parents should help children arrange review time, choose appropriate review methods according to the law of forgetting, and help children check the effect of review.
Method 5: Let children develop good study habits
If a child can develop good study habits in his youth, he will treat the pursuit of knowledge and hard work as important things in life.
Once a study habit is formed, it will have a cumulative impact on a child's learning. Good study habits will make children develop and change in a good direction, while bad study habits will make children lose their enthusiasm for learning and delay personal development.
Marconi was awarded the Nobel Prize in Physics in 1909. He lost his father since he was a child, and his mother poured all her efforts into him. He lived up to his mother's expectations. He was very sensible. He studied hard every day and developed good study habits.
The farm where he is located has a library with books covering physics, chemistry, mathematics, astronomy, etc. When Marconi first saw these books, he fell in love with them and immersed them in them every day. to absorb the nourishment of knowledge.
Marconi is not satisfied with reading books, but also hands-on practice. He immersed himself in reading and doing experiments all day, and his relatives and friends were afraid that his body would not be able to bear it, so they decided to "kidnap" him. While he was sleeping, relatives and friends covered his eyes with a black cloth, carried him to his mother's room, and locked the door. Out of the window, back to the attic.
In 1899, he successfully conducted the first experiment of transmitting information by radio waves, opening a new chapter in information dissemination technology.
It is precisely because of the precious time and hard work that Marconi learned a wide range of knowledge; it is because of his perseverance in experimenting that he has mastered proficient experimental skills. All of this stems from Marconi's intense study. awareness and good study habits.
Method 6: Improve children's self-learning ability
The knowledge learned in school is limited. Only with good self-learning ability can children be assured that they can learn at any time according to the development needs of the times and society, and will not be eliminated by society.
To let children learn to learn by themselves, first of all, it is necessary to increase the motivation of children to learn knowledge and keep them active in learning; teach children appropriate self-learning skills and basic methods, such as learning to use reference books to look up the content they do not know, and to learn Explore by yourself; also help children overcome the bad habit of laziness and consciously use learning as a means to increase knowledge.
After children have the ability to learn by themselves, they can turn passive into active and truly become the master of learning.