Note from Daniel: This is a guest post by Julia Robson.
All parents want their children to do well in school and in life.
Of course, succeeding in school doesn’t mean that you’ll succeed in life.
But in a society that still places an emphasis on formal educational qualifications, it’s only natural that you want your children to do their best in school.
Unfortunately, some students just don’t like to study.
Our task as parents isn’t to punish them for their lack of interest.
It’s to help them to enjoy the learning process as much as they can, while developing the necessary life skills along the way.
Before we talk about what you can do if your children dislike studying, let’s first address this question:
Why do so many students dislike studying?
Getting to the root of the problem will enable you to find better solutions.
So before you start applying a remedy, examine your children’s behaviour and talk to them and their teachers to figure out what the real issue is.
Here are some common reasons why students dislike studying… [Continue reading]