How can children be encouraged to reach their full academic potential?
I'd say parents should be encouraging "learning" over pushing "studying". To me studying is just memorizing with only the purpose of remembering the info. If you get them more focused on the idea of learning something new, and something they're interested in it might make it less tedious for them and allow them to naturally reach they're academic potential.
If they figure out their interests early in the game, it'll make the idea of learning things that aren't as fun easier to swallow because they'll known if they want to learn everything about their interests, they'll have to learn the other stuff too.
by alhaji bayoh 10 months ago
i would like to know what u think of the above topic
by Stephanie Hicks 5 years ago
Should children be encouraged to participate in extracurricular activities if they show no interest?Why or why not be concerned if your child does not want to participate in sports, music or art outside of school? What can you do to help them overcome fears or other obstacles to participation?
by theirishobserver. 8 years ago
It is now 8.40am in Ireland, temp:0 but not too cold, I have just posted a Hub about a 70 year old man that I know who has just finished a PHD, that begs the question - Is It Ever Too Late To Learn?
by Mahmo 6 years ago
What can parents do to help children reach their potential in school?
by Malini40 7 years ago
Mantras for academic success.My children are weak in studies. Daughter in 6th and Son in 10th. My daughter has learning disability. I want to increase their academic performance. What mantras should I recite on their behalf ? Thank you.
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