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Learning from a Parent’s Perspective

 

多謝一位家長, Stephen, 向我們分享教小朋友的心得,各家長如果有教小朋友既心路歷程或心得想分享,也可電郵致 info@l3.com.hk
 
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Learning from a Parent’s Perspective ~~ Stephen
 
I have a 14 years old teenage son and a ten years old daughter.  From my experience, I find the following approaches useful: 
 
1. Parents as a Role Model of Learning. 
I was and I am still learning new stuff every now and then after graduation from universtiy; be they academic courses, musical instruments, Chinese medicine, Bible study, psychology and stuff.  I reckon learning makes me feel fulfilled and  I guess that’s why my son and daughter keep learning different things.  But then, I have to say that these learning courses got to be in line with the kids’ interests.
 
2. In Line with the Kids' Interests.
If we force our kids to attend classes that they are not interested in, chances are, they will learn nothing but start to be repulsed by those classes.  I guess that ends up with a rebellious kid if you will.  The best part of it is to promote their interests in learning new things.   <br/>
 
3. Learn Something Together with Your Kids.
My daughter and I are learning to play flute together.  The good part of it is that we can share our experience in learning.  The drawback, unfortunately, is that they usually do better than you.  Reckon we are going downhill while they are moving uphill intellectually.<br/>
 
Be blessed with happy parenting

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