Monthly Archives: February 2017
The psychological structure of the personality, in general, is very complex and multifaceted. Each person carries within him only the inherent individual characteristics, which to the end to understand and study is not always possible.
As for the personality of a teenager, this is an even more complex “construction” of a person, because a young man lives according to the general, scientifically substantiated canons of developmental psychology, and according to his own, sometimes not logical and incomprehensible laws of individual development.
The personality of a growing person is not formed in a vacuum, not by itself, but in its environment. The latter is crucial for his education. Continue reading
There are probably children in each class whose intellectual passivity leads them to the number of lagging, poorly performing students. The reasons for this kind of passivity often lie in the limited intellectual impressions and interests of the child. Unable to cope with the simplest educational task, he quickly performs it if it translates into a practical plane or into a game.
An integral part of a child’s psychological readiness for schooling is intellectual readiness. This concept includes both the stock of knowledge and perceptions of the child about the environment, and the formation of his mental skills. Continue reading