This text is part of: " I would never send my kids to school " by Piotr Wozniak Children do not like school and they know exactly why. Adults find it hard to empathize and insist that "school is good" therefore "school needs to be endured". In their difference of opinion, children are right, and adults are wrong. School is not good I explain that in Problem of schooling.
In The End
Homework Why it can be a challenge: One of the earliest home battles related to school is often homework. When to do, how to do it, where to do it, how much to help, etc. While some schools do not introduce homework until later grades, it inevitably becomes part of the daily school routine at one point or another. Homework takes away from time that can otherwise be spent doing a preferred after school activity, socializing, or just relaxing. Students may struggle with homework for a variety of reasons including: learning differences, executive function deficits or stamina. What you can do: Research tells us that homework does not hold much added value in terms of learning. How much time can my child expect to spend on homework each night? How does homework factor into their grades? Is there a consequence if they do not complete all the homework each evening? And 3.
A Solution Presents Itself
Have you ever had that thought? Lots of kids do. Usually this feeling doesn't last long. But what happens if you feel this way too much? School is a fact of life, and getting an education can help you build the kind of future life you want. When you worry about school, it can affect your body. A kid who feels stressed about school might have headaches or stomachaches.
There's an inherent thrill involved with learning something new and using that insight to contextualize things that are happening in our lives or to solve a problem or answer a longstanding question that has been eating away at us. Many of them don't even hate school as an idea - what they're responding negatively to is the rigid structure that school makes them adhere to, forcing them into a "one size fits all" box where one cannot afford to exist. They don't dislike what they're learning. It's a complicated situation that has only gotten worse over time, particularly as the attention of students becomes more fractured than ever. If they don't like what they're learning in a classroom, they can quickly get that satisfaction on the Internet. Nevertheless, they're still being made to spend so much time in this physical environment every single day. So why do some students dislike school but love education? The answer to that question, of course, requires you to keep a few key things in mind.