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The performance of children who do not master the learning method

The performance of children who do not master the learning method







1. Learning without a plan:



There are countless things in my mind to see, do, and learn, and always think about "what the teacher wants me to do" instead of "what I want to do."



2. Will not use time scientifically:



Some children  go to class every day, go home, eat, do homework, go to bed, where there is extra time for their own arrangements. Some students are usually loose and untidy, and they are in a hurry before the exam. These are all manifestations of the lack of correct learning methods.



3. Don't ask for a solution, and memorize:



"Thank goodness, the exam is finally over. Now I can forget those things." Such children often fail to master good learning methods.



4. Can not form a knowledge structure:




Some student units have good test results, but they will not work as soon as they reach the comprehensive test. The reason is often that they do not have the connection between the knowledge and the corresponding knowledge structure.







5. Will not attend the class:



I do n’t preview before the class, I ’m completely new to the content of the class, I ca n’t learn with questions, take a small break during class, do n’t take notes, or act as a recorder, etc.



6. Will not read:



Not good at choosing to read books, completely based on personal interests or completely obey the arrangements of teachers and parents.



7. Unable to grasp the key points and difficulties:



Not good at finding the key points and difficulties, unable to find a breakthrough in learning, grabbing eyebrows and beards, the overall attack results scattered and wasted time and energy.



8. The theory is separated from reality:



Often they are only satisfied with learning the knowledge in books, they are not good at learning and applying in practice, they cannot use the knowledge they have learned to solve practical problems, and they have poor practical ability.







9. Not good at using the brain in science:



Not paying attention to the combination of work and rest during learning, not good at transferring brain excitement, making the brain dizzy all day long, affecting learning efficiency.



These performances are the most common among primary and secondary school students. A student with improper learning methods will always have one or more of them. Recognizing these performances, and then clarifying the reasons behind them, parents can be targeted and guide their children in a targeted manner.

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