DIFFERENCES IN THE APPROACH TO TEACHING AND EDUCATION OF BOYS AND GIRLS
Who studies better - boys or girls? That's really a difficult question! Some will say that gender does not matter, it's about natural abilities. Others will argue that among both…

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LEARNING THE ART OF DISPUTE
“Do not argue with me!” - how often we say this phrase to a child. But it's not right. The ability to argue is an important skill worth teaching your…

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ALLOW YOUR CHILD TO GROW PSYCHOLOGICALLY ADULTS
WHAT IS INFANTILISM? Infantilism is defined as the preservation of the characteristics inherent in childhood in the psyche and behavior of an adult. The term "infantilism" (infantilismus) itself came from…

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CHILDREN

The child in the eyes of the parent always seems a gentle deer, incapable of cruelty and violence. But the numbers say exactly the opposite, and the number of child crimes and violent manifestations is quite correlated with the number of the same phenomena in adults. In order to timely discern dangerous symptoms in your child, it is necessary to imagine what child cruelty is based on and at what point active action on your part is especially required.

Child cruelty is always a surprise to parents. Once an affectionate and gentle child begins to tear off the wings of butterflies, drag a kitten by the tail, mock those who are younger. Cruel behavior is already noticeable in younger students, starting from the age of 6. Just at this time, character is actively manifested, but life experience is still not enough to fully appreciate the difference between good and evil. Continue reading

“SQUARE, FIVE!” OR WHAT IS THE BEST ASSESSMENT SYSTEM BETTER?
KNOWLEDGE ASSESSMENT SYSTEM An important part of the educational process is the knowledge assessment system. This is the basis for checking the quality of assimilation of the material. Overseas, 10-,…

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DOES PARENTS REQUIRE TO REACH A CHILDREN'S OBEDIENCE?
We adults often envy those with obedient children. Just think - they implicitly sit down for lessons, put their things in place, do not argue with parents at every step!…

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LEARNING THE ART OF DISPUTE
“Do not argue with me!” - how often we say this phrase to a child. But it's not right. The ability to argue is an important skill worth teaching your…

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YOUR CHILD IS AFRAID OF SPEAKING PUBLIC?
In the family circle, the child is so lively: he fervently sings into an imaginary microphone, portrays the characters of his favorite cartoons. And with strangers it closes, hesitates to…

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