Correct, we need to develop some methods of teaching, giving quality time. Exam time is a very crucial time for every child. If they are not prepared then they will keep a distance from that subject. He will give excuses. If he is in mobile and digital addiction then he needs that time more than subject revision. He may face pressure on subjects and syllabus. He may be facing some emotional pressure. First, try to understand his status in preparation of all the subjects. Just select the subjects and topics which are not ready with preparations. Put your efforts in a productive direction, where the efforts will give you results that you want. So make it your personal goal. Take authority with silence and happy moods. Give him courageous thoughts on the topics where he is confident.
Digital learning can help with our involvement so that he will not get distracted. Mark some sites where you will get trust in the knowledge we are getting from that lecture. Just give him the task to listen, then ask questions and interact on that topic. Every action in giving a task should be time-bound, with our sincere follow up. Eg- SST- pick one lesson on forests, give him time to understand from resources he has. Interact on the topic with adding your thoughts.
We can use some of our traditional games like snakes and ladder, house coins, scrabble, word games, storytelling and building which can give them fun and learning. Especially for SST.
Calculate the marks, with the possibility in percentage. Write on paper all the marks and design the syllabus to give him confidence with study and concept clearing with writing practice.
if your Observations-
Some stress symptoms, we observe. Hold them.
Some statements like these.
1) Lack of purpose – If not study then what else?
2) Lack of giving & take policy – Are you over providing?
3) Lack of involvement of parents – Are you giving 5 minutes daily?
To build will power- what you do?
Manjusha Bhaskarwar – Support during Exam time
Manjusha Bhaskarwar is the Director at Bon Debut. She is a Career Transition Expert, Trainer, Motivational Speaker-Parenting. She has done LLB, Masters in Fine Arts Research in Improvisation Theatre and has been an Education Career Transition Expert for more than 12 years. Manjusha Bhaskarwar developed the concept of Dazzling club for the overall development of children. She takes one on one coaching and counseling for children and takes Parenting sessions as well.
She works for career development of all age groups with respect to resume and selection of areas where one can excel. Her Specialization is in using Improvisations and warm-ups as an effective Trans-formative tool in her workshops.