Family and school are very important factors in the growth of children. As the first position of children’s study and life, family bears a very important responsibility for educating people. As an important part of fulfilling the responsibility of educating people, family education has always been valued and concerned by all walks of life. How to help parents help their children grow up in daily family education? Through three series of parent school activities in the middle of this week, three mental health experts were invited to the school to answer questions for parents.
The theme of G7 mental health lecture is to introduce the content of learning adaptation for the connection between primary and middle school. Ms. Li started from the critical period of life “bifurcation”-the rebellion of adolescence, physical development, psychological changes, and then the characteristics of the psychological development of middle school students, as well as the problems commonly consulted by middle school parents, are introduced and shared. They have helped parents carry out psychological education ideological work from multiple dimensions, and have gained a lot and Better help parents understand and support the growth and transformation of their children on the road of future learning.
G8 is the golden period of growth and development, and at the same time it is truly at the peak of adolescence. How to communicate effectively with children at this stage and better understand the inner world of the child at this stage has become the focus of the G8 mental health lecture. Explore the topic. Based on the age characteristics of junior high school students at this stage, and combined with educational experience, Mr. Cheng invited four parents to simulate parent-child interaction on the spot, and through parental role-playing, empathy thinking, experience the emotional characteristics of children when they are ordered, and better help parents Experience, “speak well”, create effective communication, and listen to the child’s voice more often, can reduce the child’s frustration and prevent the child from having nowhere to communicate and looking for opportunities to communicate with the outside world, thereby increasing social risks. “Compassion” is the best communication bridge, so that adolescence is no longer an obstacle between parents and children.
G9 of middle school is a critical period for children’s growth. Not only their own body and mind has undergone tremendous changes, but they are also facing tremendous academic pressure. The support of the family is particularly important for the child’s appearance at this time. Ms.Chen shared with our G9 parents how we can build a good relationship and help our children grow up from four aspects: understanding puberty, understanding one’s own children, effective communication and guiding children. In the lecture, Ms.Chen suggested that parents adopt an emotional management style, learn to empathize, learn to listen, respect the facts in the eyes of their children, and at the same time be consistent with their words and deeds in order to establish effective communication. In terms of guiding children, parents should learn to focus, guide children to focus on their own superior resources, pay attention to small progress and recognize the children’s efforts, and use process evaluation instead of result evaluation. The family is the harbor for every child. Only by establishing a good family relationship can we truly achieve family-school co-education and help children grow up healthily!
Through this series of parent school activities, parents all realize the importance of family education in the growth and development of their children. The middle school is a period of rapid growth of children. Although different grades have different priorities, the care and concern for the healthy growth of children remains the same. We believe that through the joint efforts of family and school, every student in the middle school can live a happy and fulfilling school life and continue to work hard towards the future they are looking forward to.