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The majority of good students aren’t born with the ability to learn. Individual personality does have a role in a child’s motivation to study and overall attitude toward schooling and education, but most children who are good learners had to become good learners at some point. More importantly, any student with the basic ability and the proper desire may become an excellent learner. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: VARIOUS WAYS USED TO ENGAGE CHILDREN IN LEARNING


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PROPER WAYS TO ENGAGE CHILDREN IN LEARNING
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PREFACE
The majority of good students are not born with
the ability to learn. Individual personality
does have a role in a childs motivation to
study and overall attitude toward schooling and
education, but most children who are good
students had to become good learners at some
point. More importantly, any student with the
basic ability and the proper desire may become
an excellent learner. As per research done by top
international schools in India, limiting
learning to the classroom is one of the worst
mistakes instructors and parents can make when
it comes to producing students and children who
are good learners. While the classroom will most
likely be the primary source of education, a
childs intellectual, social, and academic
development should extend outside the classroom
walls if they want to truly improve their desire
and aptitude to learn.
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CREATE A READING ENVIRONMENT
Some think that reading it is the key to
achieving success in life. We would argue that
reading is, at the very least, a prerequisite
for academic success. Children who enjoy reading
develop an interest in learning. Children who
have difficulty reading have difficulty
learning. Reading not only expands a childs
vocabulary, but it also teaches their brain how
to understand concepts and formal communication.
Reading develops skills that go much beyond
improved performance in language arts classrooms.
Reading skills improve students capacity to
learn in many areas, including technical ones
like math and science.
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ITS GOOD TO LET THE CHILD TAKE THE CONTROL When
it comes to education, some children just know
how to control, control, and control. When a
child feels in control or out of control of
their education, they are more likely to stop
learning. Its critical to lead children through
the learning process, but its also critical to
give them authority over their own learning
experience. Provide children with the opportunity
to have direct involvement on their learning
choices, whether at home or in the
classroom. Providing children with some options
which would be a smart approach to do this.
Allow youngsters to choose their own topic to
write about when assigned a writing project. For
example Allowing youngsters to choose their
own extracurricular activities is also a good
idea. The more control and input you can provide
a child over their learning environment,
activities, and style, the more engaged they
will be.
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ENCOURAGE HONEST AND OPEN CONVERSATION
Encourage your brother , child, or student to
voice his or her opinions about his or her
education. Create an open environment in which
he feels free to communicate his likes or
dislikes and about his worries and his fears .
Make sure to validate his feelings when he
expresses them, even if you disagree. When kids
feel like their opinions dont matter or that
theyre stuck, theyre more likely to drop out of
school. Good students understand that their
opinions matter and that they may be candid
about their educational experiences without fear
of being criticised, dismissed, discouraged, or
ignored.
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PAY ATTENTION TO YOUR CHILDS INTERESTS
Learning becomes entertaining and children engage
in learning when it involves them in areas and
subjects that they are interested in. Encourage
your youngster to investigate themes and
subjects that interest him if you truly want to
help him become a good learner. If he like
dinosaurs, assist him in finding engaging and
entertaining dinosaur books and stories. Then
ask him to name his top five dinosaurs and
explain why he chose each of them.
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ENCOURAGE AND INTRODUCE A VARIETY OF LEARNING
TECHNIQUES Every child has learning styles and
preferences that are best suited to their
learning style. Some kids have a preferred
learning style, while others prefer to learn in a
variety of ways. There is no such thing as a
right or wrong learning style, or a
combination of learning styles. You can utilize
tactics to help your youngster determine his
preferred learning modes.
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EXPRESS YOUR DESIRE TO STUDY When it comes to
learning new things, enthusiasm is contagious.
If your child or student sees that you are
genuinely interested in learning, they are
likely to be interested in studying as well.
Help him recognize that learning is a voyage of
fascinating new discoveries, whether its
history, science, reading, writing, or even
arithmetic. Take advantage of any opportunity to
learn something new with him, without being
overbearing. Your child will begin to share your
enthusiasm for learning new things as he observes
the delight and excitement that learning gives
to your life.
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USE GAME-BASED LEARNING TO MAKE IT ENJOYABLE The
concept of game-based learning is not new. It has
existed for a long time. For a variety of
reasons, game-based learning can be extremely
beneficial. Game-based learning not only allows
for deeper learning and the development of non-
cognitive skills, but it also encourages
youngsters to desire to study. A childs mind
enjoys the pleasure of learning a new system
when they are fully involved in a game. This is
true whether the game is deemed entertainment
(e.g., a video game) or serious (e.g., a board
game) (e.g., military simulator). Entertaining
games have the extra benefit of pushing
youngsters to want to participate in the learning
process and learn more.
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