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 bayoh3 months ago
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