Recognizing effort, no matter how small or what, can still make the recipient feel ecstatic. Yeah, who wouldn’t want to receive one, right?
During the recognition day after a month, I always make it a point that every effort must be recognized, either through a competition or at the teacher’s discretion. Learning milestones should be recognized by those seeking improvement in reading, spelling, etc. CORs are a great way to do this, seeing the great feeling it could give the recipient is great feeling for the giver as well.
Teachers are great motivators of learning. Aside from giving their learners a much-needed learning boost, they are also great supporters of their talents and all. Yes, not only must attention be paid to the teaching, but also to the unique abilities of each learner that could unfold. Yes, the bud for a budding writer who’s always writing on the wall, a painter who’s always putting ink on paper, say, blotting out a cheap pen and a talkative one who’s a potential talk show host, and so on. Proper recognition must be given to those learners who cannot help but display their unique talents, allowing them to express them without resentment and thus suppressing them. Haven’t you observed that children aged 3 to 5 are active, talkative and curious? By the time they reach the age of 7 to 10, they tend to become quiet and reserved. What happened? Schools have this habit of nipping the bud – indirectly making their learners shy, indifferent and so on. Yes, they were creative when they entered the classroom and then suddenly became indifferent to expressing themselves when they left the room. What happened teacher? What did you do with these learners? Suppressing your talent is not good. It could be a way of losing a genius, a great artist, a scientist and so on. let her be Provide them with the necessary environment for their growth and development. What if they were too loud, restless and curious? They are not robots, they are people like you. You think little people. Purely imaginative. Well, such is the destruction of a genius, her chance to become one has arrived, so please don’t be a spoilsport. Instead, be a supporter. Ah, I digress.
Angels in my class have a chance to get CORs every month provided they have persuaded me and their classmates or should I say co-online learners as we have a blended learning mode where we are alongside modular Classes also Google Meet, Google Classroom and Google Chat to boot. This mixed mode is a method that falls between traditional and modern learning styles. Yes, printed modules are used for those who were unable to attend online classes due to weak internet connection, load issues, and other challenges that learners face today.
With this in mind, recognizing the efforts of children and parents alike is a must, to make them feel their efforts are recognized so they can do more, be more.
Thanks to Larry Icabandi Nabiong | #Recognizing #childrens #achievements #CORs