Contribution of education in our personality development
Posted July 26, 2014on:
It is a final touch that every student needs!
Keep in mind that every child is unique. Children differ remarkably from each other. Healthy personality development is possible by parenting that is sensitive to the individual needs of the child.
Avoid labeling your student, as you want him/her to develop his own individual personality without influenced by yours or anyone else’s. Do not label the child as emotional, bossy or tough and create confusion in his personality.
You are the person your student sees and imitates the most so set an example by being polite, courteous and well mannered.
Allow your student to be him and not a copy of you. You may want him/her to imitate your ways but it is more important to allow your student to develop his own individual personality. Many experts recommend reading to students and broadening their point of view. Support their interests and help them develop their personality. You can allow and still encourage new interests and hobbies. Instead of trying to change their personality give them support in directions that help their personalities grow.
Learn to get in touch with the silence within yourself and know that everything in this life has a purpose