The level of love, care, support, and encouragement a child receives is what will ultimately contribute to their future but it is up to the individual to sculpt the genius within. A child is not simply given motivation. They must find that motivation and take advantage of it. Ralpho Waldo Emerson, in his excerpt from Education, claims “every young man [and woman] is born with some determination in his [or her] nature, and is a potential genius” (para.10). Children have the ability and potential to be a genius.
On the other hand, some people judge these children having no future and it is a burden to teach them. This is actually wrong for them to have that kind of point of view as there are always a way to solve a problem. One of the problems is that people usually wonder what it could mean for
But where is the relationship between philosophy and raising children, you may ask. Growing up is a journey, and every journey begins with small steps! So small that sometimes we do not pay attention to them. In the immense love for our children, we believe that they deserve everything and more than that! We don't teach them gratitude, apologizing if they have to wait.In Western civilization, which is characterized by the excessive protection of children, parents of teenagers are most often complain about the lack of empathy and gratitude at their own children.
"How Dad approaches life will serve as an example for his daughter to build off of in her own life, even if she chooses a different view of the world," says Michael Austin, associate professor of philosophy at Eastern Kentucky University and editor of Fatherhood — Philosophy for Everyone: The Dao of Daddy. What matters in
Why aren’t more parents testing their children in order to see where their state of mind and mental health stands, and be capable to better comprehend them and their deeds. Parents should take action to want to help their children when they struggle with disorders because of the possibilities that the child may struggle in life during adulthood. A child who gets the treatment required to help them take control of their illness will strive and benefit from it. Society also benefits from a child who gets help because it is less likely that they developed issues that could disrupt their daily functions. The child receives help and also benefits from a better and healthier
People will remember me based on how those situations shaped me and built my character. After watching the Imitation Game and through my experience with basketball, I feel like it is important to take on difficult tasks even if they don't reach their goal or make it to the end. They should learn to be flexible and make a new more realistic goal their previous one fails. Through the process they get to see where their weaknesses and strengths are that help form them into the people they become. Alan is a prime example of altering their expectations because when he did, he could think out of the box and crack the code of Enigma.
A last misconception is how people believe that a woman cannot be single if they have children. This is stated because civilization thinks a child need both a mother and a father to grow up well. Yes, maybe a child will have a great life with both parents, but even if the child only has one parent, they can still have an amazing life. A majority of people think that if a child only has a mother they may not grow up equally balanced and may turn into a bad kid. For example, if a male does not have a father to discipline him, he may turn into a kid that fights at school, because he does not have that discipline that he would get from a father.
I believe children grow and learn through their personal experiences and through environmental interactions, their personality is shaped. My personal goal is to challenge students and watch them grow and achieve the most with their capabilities. I believe every child is unique and develop differently, they have varying personalities, they possess different strengths, therefore, require different types of support to meet their individual needs. As the work of Maria Montessori demonstrates the importance of individuality and independence in learning, “Only through freedom and environmental experience is it practically possible for human development to occur" (Montessori, 1949). I want to take students at diverse levels and see them develop together
Drayton was able to meet and interview her. She said to Drayton, “If we can help children grow up learning to think rather than memorize and repeat, learning to problem solve, learning to be creative, learning to be actors rather than acted upon, we can create a generation that will be very different. And India will be very different. And that’s a revolution.” With these lines, I made sense of what’s Souza’s relation to the main topic. Souza innovated a system; a principle.
This is because, since the levels of modernization and advancement have increased, which has also affected the thinking levels of the individuals. Freedom is utterly necessary. When children are given freedom, they feel encouraged to handle various responsibilities on their own, which ultimately improve their confidence and maturity levels. But the flip side of giving too much