One French psychologist came up with a way to explain some of our prejudices in raising boys and girls. This test is intended primarily for parents and educators. Check how true the views are. We offer you 20 questions that need to be answered YES if you agree with this statement, and NO if you have a different opinion. When you read the answers, you can evaluate whether you are right or not. 1. Girls are more obedient than boys? 2. Do girls more deeply seek to know nature, animals than boys? 3. Can boys better assess a difficult situation, think more logically? 4. Do boys have a greater desire to stand out? 5. Are boys more capable of math? 6. Are girls more sensitive to the atmosphere in which they live, are they more difficult to endure pain? 7. Are girls able to better express their thoughts? 8. Is it possible to consider that boys are better with visual memory, and girls have better hearing? Continue reading
The psychological readiness of the child for schooling is one of the most important results of mental development during the period of preschool childhood.
The components of children’s readiness to study at school are personal, strong-willed and intellectual readiness.
Personal readiness of the child for school. Readiness of this type is expressed in relation to the child’s school, to educational activities, to teachers, to himself.
The creation of an emotional experience, the consistent deepening of the emotional attitude to learning in the process of a child’s activity is a necessary condition for the formation of his positive attitude to school. Continue reading