How to make 14 years old kids to do study of his own instead of reminding all th

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  1. MMMoney profile image62
    MMMoneyposted 8 years ago

    How to make 14 years old kids to do study of his own instead of reminding all the time?

  2. fawwad hussaini profile image60
    fawwad hussainiposted 8 years ago

    haha nice question,
    this is really difficult one...
    there are two aspects
    1) you want him/her to study at his own withouf your assistance, if yes this is wrong

    2) you want him/her not to remind again n again, if this it is fine.

    solution : get them involve in studies with fun loving assignments.
    put some competitions b/w them.
    try to mould the subject with the interest they have, e.g if they love cricket then you can use maths avg and other calculations formula easily.

    same goes with movies and language, can use dialogues and tenses.

  3. Tranita profile image60
    Tranitaposted 8 years ago

    If they have a cell phone, just set a reminder for study time. Cell phones are not only useful for phone calls and texting...

  4. bytecoders profile image64
    bytecodersposted 8 years ago

    Make studying funny, tell them that they can learn interesting things. Show them the fun part of learning.

    You can also give them some reward like seeing their favorite program on TV or playing his loved videogame after study.

  5. MickS profile image69
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    Make studying fun, if the child studies it gets to go out or watch telly or some other reward, if the child doesn't study, it gets to stay in no telly, no computer, phone or games, or any other rewards.

  6. Dian'swords4u profile image60
    Dian'swords4uposted 7 years ago

    If you start with a system of positive feedback then they will want to study.  If they do study then most likely they will make good grades.  Reward them with positive feedback and reward them with something they enjoy doing.  If they don't study then first see if there is a problem maybe with their eyesight or some other problem.  If that is the problem then fix the problem.  If it is just they are being defiant, then reward defiance with negative feedback such as taking away privillages.  Make sure that it is something that will make a distinct difference to them.  You may also want to explain to them that studying and making good grades will make their futrue much brighter in the long run.  My mother when I was in high school would ask me do you want college or to work at a little store for the rest of your life and make minimum wage and have very little in life.

 
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