Recommendations for parents to increase school motivation

“Why isn’t my child interested in learning place value?” This is a question that
Concerned parents have when their children show a lack of
interest in learning, both at home and at school. We very often hear from
our children say things like: “I hate math,” “I don’t want to do
I don’t want to do homework”, “I don’t like going to school”. How does it feel to hear
for parents who are so interested in their children’s learning,
and put a lot of time and effort into it, and still can’t get
a positive attitude towards learning.
Let’s try to understand the reasons why many children
show a lack of interest in learning number patterns. Sometimes the reasons may be
may be the most obvious: perhaps the parents do not have time
help the child with their homework, or the child is surrounded
Parents may not have time to help their child with homework, or the child may be surrounded by too many distractions so he or she cannot
concentration in his studies. There may also be less obvious reasons:
Perhaps the child does not like a particular subject, perhaps its
understanding is given to him with great difficulty, for example, he may not like
writing or math. Sometimes a change in the learning environment or the arrival of
A change of scenery or a new teacher can be detrimental, as can peer pressure or a lack of trust.
Peer pressure or lack of trust from adults can also
Peer pressure or lack of trust from adults can also cause a lack of interest in learning. An important question
An important question is to what extent we as parents pay attention to
The important question is to what extent we as parents pay attention to whether the child is enjoying learning.
Parents should keep in mind that a child’s motivation to learn comparing numbers to ten
should not only be about school. It is important to know that some children
are also highly motivated to achieve their own goals that are not related to
schooling. Remember that achievement is not yet motivation. Therefore,
It is important to know that as long as you will make your child do their homework
assignments, it does not mean that he is motivated to do them. So what is the
difference between these two concepts? Motivation is temporary and changeable
value. Motivation is the desire and willingness to do something.
A motivated person can have long-term goals,
like becoming a professional writer, or short-term goals,
such as learning one foreign word.
1. Try to create conditions that make it easier for the teenager to learn:
– domestic: good nutrition, adequate sleep, quiet surroundings,,
a comfortable and cozy place to study, etc.
– emotional: show faith in the child’s abilities, do not lose
Show faith in your child’s abilities, don’t lose hope for success, rejoice at the slightest achievements, express
Love and patience in expectation of success, don’t insult him or her in case of
Do not insult him or her if he or she fails, etc.
– Cultural: provide your child with reference books, manuals, atlases, etc.
etc.
2. Listen to your child: let him or her retell what needs to be memorized,
memorize, periodically dictate texts to memorize.
3. Share knowledge with children in an area in which you excel.
4. Don’t neglect your child’s free time, help make it
useful and meaningful free time by taking part in it.
5. Don’t compare your child and his or her successes with others, rather compare
It’s more encouraging to compare it to yourself.
6. Let the child feel that you love him or her regardless of
6. Let your child feel that you love him or her regardless of his or her grades – notice his or her cognitive activity, even by
results.
7. Encourage the creation of new ideas by participating not only in school,
but also in other community activities of all kinds. Try
set short-term goals for children, because sometimes children
become overwhelmed by complex tasks. This doesn’t mean that
these tasks are difficult to do, just that children can get nervous because it takes a long time to solve or understand a problem.
Sometimes children may refuse to solve a task right away, so it is
It is expedient to divide such tasks into several smaller parts.
8. Help your child learn to organize his time, because after
of school he will have to devote more time to some subjects.
more time for some subjects and less for others. Therefore a child from an early age
Therefore a child should learn from an early age to value their time. Over time he/she will have to
over time he will have to learn how to manage his time properly.
9. Help your child take control of his or her results:
Retarded children feel that achieving an outcome is beyond their
control, so they feel like all their efforts are pointless. The child
needs to learn to accept the role of personal responsibility for the outcome
result.
10. Show a positive attitude toward school, as children should
see that parents appreciate the role of education.
11.Help your child make the connection between school and his or her interests.
Often the reason for a lack of motivation is that the child does not
finds no connection between learning and his or her interests and goals.
For example, a teenager who wants to study astronomy should
know that in order to do so he needs to study math and physics.

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