QUOTE(bobowyc @ Oct 13 2021, 09:55 PM)
Ah, thats a positive feedback from him too. Maybe he knows there's something not right also. But keep giving him positive encouragement. So far my experience only with my nieces and nephew, all below 7 years old. xD haha.. Hence those cheeky kids. haha..
lol. how come you are surfing around parents sub session? going to be one yourself?
i can see that you like kids
QUOTE(LordPennDragon @ Oct 13 2021, 10:52 PM)
I was worrying at one point and finally realized that whatever they learn throughout the pandemic, it is what they can managed and life is just too short to be fussing over them for not going ahead and be superb in learning. All that I ask from them is to respect the teachers who are also struggling by attending classes and pay as much attention as possible. Just be present, understand stuff or not, we work it out slowly. So now que sera sera, let the kids be kids and survive the pandemic with a sane mind.
Whatever they missed surely can catch up sooner or later. Maybe my thoughts and approaches are rubbish, but honestly, these are all I have left and I have nothing else to work on.
its true. respect goes a long way. if possible health , character , studies in that order. off late i can see some improvement in him.
2 weeks back i was very specific and stern with him on what is important what is not important.
for him when something goes wrong with this class its always top top urgent important to the extend everyone have to stop their work for him.
so i told him something like this:
Printing issue-> not important
Safari cannot minimise -> not important
fire -> important
Baby fall down -> important
i also realise as parents i often want to shape him to the way i think which might not be ideal. they are bought up with youtube, twitter, content creator, pewdipie where as, me and my wife shun all this.