Parents & Children

"Future Education"... 10 ways how we're gonna raise our kid

1. When evaluating a child, the standard must be placed on the child.

When evaluating a child, it is possible for the child to lose confidence and feel inferior, or to have a sense of superiority or arrogance. Self-confidence means an assessment based on one's own internal standards, but inferiority or arrogance means an assessment through comparison with others. Children who learn to be arrogant through confirmation of their superiority over others easily lose confidence and feel inferior when they meet someone who is superior to them. Therefore, children should help them evaluate themselves according to the standards they set, not by comparison with others, and strive to achieve their goals. Don't ask how many times you've finished in the test, but ask how much you've improved compared to your last score. Also, you should remember that the score may not necessarily mean your skills.

2. The standard of evaluation is to make the child's abilities and conditions as realistically possible.

If the goals or standards of evaluation are too high to be achieved, it will result in damage to the confidence of confidence. Therefore, it is desirable for parents to decide the criteria, even if they are centered on children, even if they are centered on children. Parents should help ensure that their children's choices are appropriate and realistic for their abilities or environmental conditions.

3.The child shows interest and praises him for finding a good field.

A child who is good at sports has strong confidence in the field of exercise, but may not be able to In that case, parents are advised to develop overall confidence by encouraging their child to find and encourage areas of interest and talent. That's because doing so can have a positive effect on even areas that are not good at. Also, children should be told that simply comparing them to others is not very meaningful because people's talents and speed of development are different.

4. Helps you use mistakes or failures as an opportunity to learn

Parents should let their children know that everyone experiences mistakes and failures. Only then can we overcome the problem without falling into disappointment and take it as an opportunity for a new leap forward. However, if parents have too high expectations, it is difficult for children to accept failures honestly, and the experience hurts their confidence the more they cannot afford to accept failures. Therefore, on an educational level, children sometimes experience small mistakes or failures that help them grow healthy in the long run. Therefore, parents should accept the child's mistakes generously and help him overcome himself.

5. Do not overprotect children.

Children who are excessively protected by their parents unconsciously doubt the safety of the world and have fear instead of being interested in strangers. He also lacks a sense of challenge and courage due to his weak faith in his ability. Therefore, if you want to build confidence in your children, you should give them a chance to experience something new from an early age and try to venture into a strange world. Of course, children's mistakes in the process should be accepted with warm love and trust and praised for their efforts regardless of the outcome. When that happens, children can develop true self-confidence, not inferiority or conceit.

6. Helps children act on their own standards and judgments.

Different people have different personalities and different perceptions and judgments about the situation. Also, people's moods and emotions change easily. Therefore, a request or request may be rejected by a friend or other person without a justifiable reason or cause, which parents should explain well to their children and understand. Only then can children overcome the various difficult relationships they experience in their lives without hurting themselves. The habit of acting on one's own standards and judgments, not on others' thoughts or demands, fosters confidence in the child, and confidence serves as a shield to protect oneself from the negative effects of bad friends or others.

7. Try to educate the principles and skills of social life while playing with children.

Different people have different personalities and different perceptions and judgments about the situation. Also, people's moods and emotions change easily. Therefore, a request or request may be rejected by a friend or other person without a justifiable reason or cause, which parents should explain well to their children and understand. Only then can children overcome the various difficult relationships they experience in their lives without hurting themselves. The habit of acting on one's own standards and judgments, not on others' thoughts or demands, fosters confidence in the child, and confidence serves as a shield to protect oneself from the negative effects of bad friends or others.

8. Responsible for children's level and guide them to do household chores or volunteer work

Different people have different personalities and different perceptions and judgments about the situation. Also, people's moods and emotions change easily. Therefore, a request or request may be rejected by a friend or other person without a justifiable reason or cause, which parents should explain well to their children and understand. Only then can children overcome the various difficult relationships they experience in their lives without hurting themselves. The habit of acting on one's own standards and judgments, not on others' thoughts or demands, fosters confidence in the child, and confidence serves as a shield to protect oneself from the negative effects of bad friends or others.

9. It often creates opportunities to express one's thoughts.

The ability to express one's thoughts or opinions honestly in life is very important. Therefore, parents should educate their children from an early age to present their thoughts with confidence. They should also create such opportunities as often as possible so that they can develop the ability to express their intentions clearly even in front of people with different thoughts. This is because the experience of expressing one's opinion makes children feel satisfied, and satisfaction greatly contributes to the growth of a child's This is one of the reasons why parents have to constantly talk to their children at home from an early age.

10. Under no circumstances will I condemn a child's ability.

Parents can easily blame their children for 'bad hair' and 'not good at it.' Of course, parents don't attach much meaning to these words, but this results in trampling on children's confidence. Such criticism, which parents casually throw away, deprives children of motivation and motivation. Therefore, parents should be concerned about encouraging and helping their children to work harder instead of criticizing them. They need to start with small things and help them experience success that suits their abilities. The sincere praise of parents and the little success they have experienced in person are magic that awakens children's latent confidence.

– In Dr. Park Ok-chun's 'Future-type Children's Education Act' (Yedam Friends) – a world-renowned educator

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