There are several reasons for your child’s low grades. This may be due to social issues (classmates, bullying, etc.), family concerns, and many external distractions (television, online games, thousands of MP3s, etc.). Organization While it is important to pay attention to these factors, this publication focuses on improving your child’s learning to maximize the benefits of technology.
We know that for good grades it is important to have good study habits and an effective learning method including the study room. The pros and cons of a study room are easy to understand.
There are thousands of tips and suggestions on the Internet to increase the positive impact of the learning environment. Common and commonplace examples are finding a good office or office, decorating the space with attractive visual and educational aids, setting up a shelf, cabinets, etc. These tips and ideas are always effective, but a bit of technique can produce the expected positive result improve.
Of course, technology is a general term, but in this context, all the needs of students in your study room are a desktop computer (or laptop) with acceptable specifications, a good portable speaker, and a connection Internet. Waiting Some readers may disagree because computers and the Internet are distracting students. Yes, that’s true, but only if it’s not used correctly. In addition, these problems can be easily solved.
First, computers can be configured to block certain sites so that only approved (training) sites are possible. This prevents your child from moving on distracting websites. If that’s not enough, do not set up an Internet connection. Alternatively, you can pre-locate and save your audio and video clips. Then they can just listen or watch the suggested tutorials.
Obviously, the appropriate portable speaker is used here, so that the child can clearly understand the language and the dialogue of the tutorial, since the built-in speaker may not be sufficient. Internal speakers also tend to collapse easily when the volume is best adjusted. For those concerned about the price, some portable speakers are relatively inexpensive, but surprisingly powerful and can have an attractive design. Readers considering a purchase should review the online reviews and product.
At this time, children are exposed to digital handling at an early age. Removing this virtual privilege can be difficult and can also have catastrophic consequences. Instead, use the opportunity to teach your child the value of responsibility, prioritization, and reward.
As mentioned earlier, the learning room should contain all the resources that help your child learn. Traditional ideas still work, but the wealth of information provided by digital technology will certainly complement traditional methods.