Ask any parent about the one stressthat they could wish away with from their day-to-day lives and the unanimousresponse that you are likely to get is “We wish we could get our child towillingly do his/her homework everyday, minus the daily negotiation and armtwisting!” While no parents wants to stress his/her child out, considering theimmense pressure that already exists among peer groups at a young age, it isalso every parent’s struggle to get their child interested in, and focused ondoing their homework and more importantly in the learning process.
In line with our continual effortsto address day-to-day parenting challenges, Max New York Life’s igenius hasplanned yet another workshop with a difference, “Homework – Stress or Fun? Theinteractive theatre workshop scheduled on September 23rd at Amaltas Hall,Habitat World, IHC, New Delhi, will share tips on how parents can make homeworkand learning innovative and fun for their kids.
Homework – Stress or Fun?
While a child is not inherentlyaverse to learning, it is often the pressure associated with school learningthat makes the child resistant. This workshop will therefore help parentsunderstand how they can handle their child’s learning journey more sensitively andhelp them manage their homework in a fun way.
The workshop will also sharetechniques and examples of how parents can raise their child such that, he/sheis able to cope with high pressure situations with relative ease, now and inthe future. As parents we battle pressure in different walks of our lifeconstantly, whether it’s at work place, home, or even in our child’s educationjourney. Most young children however are not naturally prepared to take on thechallenges life has to offer. Therefore parents need to take the initiative tohelp them become prepared for the situations that they will invariably face inthe future. As responsible parents, you need to bridge the widening gap betweenchallenges and opportunities.
Beginning with homework and pressuresrelated to studies, we need to tell children to take on all kinds of challengesin life with a smile to match the demands of the 21st century.
With this overall theme, theworkshop will focus on how parents can ensure that their child is not onlyacademically focused but has a well-rounded personality and is able torecognize his/her strengths.
The key highlights of the workshopare:
- Enthusing your child to learn and engaging him/her more actively in doing their homework
- Teaching children to be responsible and face challenges more effectively
- Helping the child discover his/her own potential
- Helping the child cope with high pressure situations and academic pressure too
We all get one chance to prepare ourchildren for a future of a lifetime that we can’t predict. What are we going todo with that one chance? As, parents, its in your hands to decide…Wewelcome each and every igenius parent to come forth and attend this workshopand give their child a better chance at winning in the face of challenges that he/shemay face now and in the future!