School anecdotes about children usually slot them into two boxes: the little evil monsters who have to be subjugated and mastered, and the mini-geniuses who can be programmed into walking-talking computers. Whatever happened to the child who is full of curiosity for his world, who loves music, who loves to share stories, who laughs with abandon when out in the garden? The child who wilts if put in a box.
This infographic gives tips on how to change teaching styles so that you reach out and enthuse children to engage joyfully in the learning process.
Infographic by – Context