In this article, you read about how children learn from adults, by making their own assumptions about things and hands on experiences. I fully agree with this article in that children’s’ brains are more developed then they used to be. Children in this day in age can understand and reason better then past generations.
Research has told us that while it may look as if all children are doing is playing for fun, it is in fact a much more significant part of a child's developmental process. Playing is a very natural way for children to learn because it uses all of their senses. Playtime is in addition a cognitive learning exercise where children practice taking in information and organizing it to solve problems and understand their surroundings.
Even though it is important to let children play alone. There are many things that adults can do that will help children build confidence, self esteem, focus their attention and improve their language and motor skills by interactively playing with them.
A teacher must have the tools to teach, therefore he needs to have a mastery of the subject matter. He also needs to know educational methods and educational principles. These are the tools that are necessary plus he must have a knowledge of the mental activity of the student. A person who teaches has to know how the student learns in order to use the knowledge he has to have the student learn, he has to choose a method of teaching. A teacher always needs a method of teaching. When he teaches he has to be sure his thoughts are reaching the students and needs to encourage and stimulate the student to learn.
When a child is born there is so much potential as he knows nothing and is unable to do much. If his brain is normal he has the mechanisms for learning. Of those mechanisms of the brain there are receptors that are the end-organs of the senses that receive stimulation. There are also effectors, the muscles that receive and use the current sent from conductions...