Every child is beautiful. But this does not mean that all children are the same. Some are cheerful and open, others are withdrawn and vulnerable. Some like ice cream, others like fruit juices. Some study well, while others find it difficult to study.
There are many reasons for the poor performance of a child. To understand why a child is getting low marks, you need to learn not only about him, but also about his environment. Sometimes, for example, children become C graders because the teacher does not pay enough attention to them. The child needs adults to approve and encourage his desire to learn. If the teacher ignores his efforts, then he loses interest in the educational process. It also happens that teachers deliberately “do not notice” the children pulling their hand, so as not to indulge the “upstarts”. They transfer personal problems to students, seeing them as their own competitors. Today, some Mikhail Andreevich will flatter the boss and receive a prize, and tomorrow his offended colleague will see little Mikhail in his student and will not allow him to answer the question. This is, of course, a rough example, but, nevertheless, in reality, things like this often happen. When you are looking for the reasons for a student's poor performance, physiology should not be forgotten. This is especially true for primary school students. Not all children develop the nervous system equally quickly. Most toddlers are ready to start school by the age of seven, but some are not yet able to learn at the age of seven according to the scheme offered by the modern education system. They will certainly catch up with their peers, but at first it will be more difficult for them than for the rest. In this case, it is important that the teacher is attentive to the child, does not raise doubts about his abilities in him. Otherwise, the student simply does not want to study, believing that he is naturally stupid, and he will not be able to achieve anything. Young children tend to learn eagerly. Something may not work for them, but the question does not occur to them why all this is needed. A teenager often decides that study is a secondary matter. The range of his interests is wide, and sitting at books seems to him boring, unnecessary occupation. Middle school students need to be motivated, to show them that their opinion about the school is wrong. And this is not as difficult as it seems at first glance. After all, many people, becoming adults, have a different view of the subjects that they were once taught. The girl, having got married and realizing that she cannot do anything around the house, would gladly attend a labor lesson. But, alas, she no longer has the right to free education.