“Bad teachers are annoying.” It is believed that most primary school students have experienced disciplinary measures such as being reprimanded by teachers or being punished for standing up. However, some teachers’ methods may be more severe and cruel. For students, when forced by teachers for a long time, they may have an aversion to school, be unwilling to participate in school life, or even drop out of school. Below are several methods to solve this type of problem.
1、 Understand your child’s thoughts
When chatting in the child’s bed or eating, you can find time to chat with the child about the school situation. You can ask your child if there are any issues with school and if there are any teachers that make them feel uncomfortable. For children’s resistance, parents first need to understand their children’s thoughts, pay attention to their children’s psychological situation and learning status. Building a solid psychological foundation for children is an important step for parents to help their children understand the real world.
2、 Communicate with teachers
If a child has feelings of resistance towards a certain teacher or subject, parents should choose to communicate with others. You can first contact the teacher and ask about the child’s learning and performance, then report on the child’s situation and request that the teacher improve their educational philosophy and methods. At the same time, parents can also communicate with other teachers, class teachers, and school leaders to confirm whether the educational policies and methods of the past and present schools and teachers are appropriate.
3、 Building Children’s Confidence
Parents need to build their children’s self-confidence so that they can face the teacher’s criticism and criticism with more confidence. Children can participate in extracurricular activities, such as art and sports, while encouraging them to contact other children more, cultivate good interpersonal relationships, and establish a healthy social environment for their children.
4、 Seek professional help
Parents can also choose to seek professional assistance, such as finding a free psychologist to check their child’s psychological status and conduct analysis. Through communication and psychotherapy between children and teachers, children can better master their feelings and emotions, and find ways to alleviate and comfort.
In short, the situation where teachers are too aggressive makes those primary school students feel helpless and painful. Parents should also take this issue seriously, ease their children’s emotions, and use appropriate methods to help them solve problems, so that children can happily learn to configure their lives.