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What claims to the modern school No individuality Each person has an individual set of character traits. There are very similar people, the same - no. And kids are all different too. It is strange that teachers forget about this. They broadcast to the class. Maybe I will reveal a secret, but, most often, children do not know how to understand such a “stream of consciousness” directed at some average student. Oddly enough (sarcasm), the child best perceives the information that is directed personally at him. Not for a “unit of the educational process”, some kind of “Petrov from 5B”, but for him, as a person with his own characteristic features. And then he begins to perceive and respond with understanding. No system Order is a word with a wide semantic field. But still, its essence is harmony. It is important that the learning process is streamlined. It needs to be brought to some (your personal) system that will help the child feel the “ground under his feet”, feel constancy and regularity. And the system itself is needed to develop the skill of self-control. Disorder and randomness is a direct path to the omission of the main thing in learning. And the main thing is a holistic understanding. This understanding can only be achieved through analysis and critical thinking. Using the academic editing service will help develop these skills that are necessary to build a particular system. Thus it helps to develop the right understanding. Knowledge without practice More and more often I hear from schoolchildren that they “did not understand”. They didn’t understand how to do the task, they didn’t understand the new topic, they didn’t understand the rule. They say: "The teacher said to learn."Just today, one of “my” children was given the task of building corners. And you know what's strange about the situation? They weren't told how to do it at all. Every third topic is explained to the children by me, a tutor, not school teachers. That is, for children who study on their own, about a third of the entire program falls out. Moreover, children receive negligibly little time to work on a new topic. Often, proof readings on a new topic are done using and in the same lesson as the explanation of this very new topic. And I generally keep quiet about illustrating to children why they are learning this or that. Like “why do we teach?” To write a test! Cheating is encouraged It's better not to do it at all. Anyone who writes written works and sites of similar content, I would personally send to the sewers. Writing off ready-made solutions is a lie. But the child does not understand that he is deceiving. Kids often think this is a great idea. He didn't know the solution - he found the way out. The school, in its current structure, constantly pushes for cheating. This fixation of teachers on constant checks and grading, despite the fact that from time to time the child does not have the opportunity to find the answer and just check his work. A learning process with inevitable and regular errors does not exist today. Therefore, in order to learn how to think independently, you need to use to write a written work. Thus, you can educate an independent thinker who can express his thoughts.The whole evening - at home Most of my students are children whose parents cannot (for various reasons) explain the school curriculum. And before me, many of them had evenings under the auspices of “Did you do your homework?” Until 8, 9 and even until 10 pm the children are sitting at their lessons! This is a deliberate killing of interest in learning. If a child does homework for more than 2-3 hours, this can only be explained by two reasons: either he does not understand the material, or the teacher is not himself and the child is being ruined. No one asks for a child's opinion The entire Federal State Educational Standard is teeming with references to personal initiative and the development of independence skills, and creativity. But how often do children in class get asked, “What do you think? Do you agree with the statement? Well, junior high school students may not yet know what they think about this or that matter. But from the 5th grade, children should learn to make judgments and form their own opinions. Moreover, in my opinion, mere opinion is not enough. You need to learn to substantiate it, give arguments, learn to discuss. How much time is devoted to this at school? The answer is obvious. We study not for school, but for life!

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