Select the description that most closely matches the behavior of your child.
1. As usual your little one responds to the comments of the parents (or teachers)?
A. Promises, swears that this is the last time, but soon again does the same thing.
B. is Angry, resentful and eventually go his own way.
V. Quietly pleads guilty.
G. Offended, upset, crying.
2. As your child enters situations that require quick and decisive action?
A. It instantly covers the excitement.
B. Acts fast and vigorously.
V. behaves calmly and intently.
G. Acts hesitantly, timidly.
3. What behavioral line child adheres to a dispute with their peers?
A. makes its points, but it tries to take into account the opinions of others.
B. Excited, get angry, no one wants to listen.
V. Says confidently, without much emotion, consistent in the presentation of his thoughts.
G. behaves very hesitantly.
4. How your child behaves, being in an unfamiliar environment, a new place (e.g., in a doctor’s office).
A. Quickly adapts to new circumstances, behaves animatedly, showing interest in his surroundings.
B. Quickly excited, sometimes nervous.
V. Quietly eyeing an unusual situation.
How to teach your child to apologize, as in our age of consumption to talk to children about sacrifice and what is most important in Orthodox upbringing? We talk with Dr.
pedagogical Sciences, head of chair of pedagogy of the University, the mother of three children, Tatiana enjoyed.
When you began to study Orthodox pedagogy that struck you as particularly important? Why do you have to go this direction?
When I started studying science, I was shocked by the writings of Vasily Zenkovsky. They gave a different perspective of the relationship to the person, to education, to itself. At the time I was little familiar with Orthodoxy. I Zenkovsky I read about this phrase: “the basis of a person’s identity is the image of God, who is indestructible”. So even if the man himself unrighteous lives, trying to hurt myself, to Escorial this way, he is unable to destroy it. This optimism Orthodox pedagogy inspires me.
Each parent often has his own idea of what an Orthodox upbringing. How has it changed you?
Our eldest daughter was born when I was 21, and her husband 22. We “experimented” on pedagogy and psychology. Went to her and during our neovista. The family began votserkovitsya, when the child was four years. Remember, then on our call: “Anya!” the daughter at first baptized, and then turned around. Then I thought that we overdid that we need to change Continue reading
Even educated and experienced moms sometimes bribe the child, understand though that it is bad. You promise a child to afford something that is usually not allowed. To bribery applies when you’re at the store buying your child another toy or sweets, only that he stopped complaining, and when you promise the child something (sweets, extra series of cartoons, another toy or something like that), if he does what you ask.
Many believe that such bribery is completely innocent and can do any harm. However, psychologists are sure that you nourish a child’s confidence, that’s okay-good behavior you have to pay. That is, what would the child himself dressed, you must pay that would have eaten your lunch, to put their toys, etc.
Such bribes seem to be a simple way of cooperation, but you force children to improve in the art of extortion.
If children are rewarded for simple and everyday actions, mandatory actions, they cease to strive to develop, and because for such a trifle you can get what you want. But in the future, teachers will not be rewarded for homework, the employer will not issue the award only for the fact that the employee came to work. You need to think about it and stop trying to bribe the child.
How to stop follow the child Continue reading