The Cause Of 9-year-old Children Difficult To Concentrate And Receive Lessons?
Tonight I want to ask about my child’s problem … my child is 9 years old and elementary school 4 sd … what I want to ask is why my child is difficult to concentrate and difficult to accept and understand the subject matter … and there is a feeling of being confused when dealing with the problem … makasoh before … please advise and input. thanks.
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The conditions you mentioned can be very subjective. Need to be clarified beforehand, how is your child's learning achievement at school? Does the teacher often complain to you about the condition of your child who has difficulty receiving lessons?
Difficulty in concentrating and absorbing subject matter can be influenced by many factors. In children, this is often influenced by lifestyle, including sleep patterns, nutritional intake, and daily activities undertaken. It can also be difficult for children to learn because of other factors, for example:
Genetic (hereditary) Lack of stimulation provided, for example due to parents too busy, dependency on using gadgets that are not supportive, for example when environmental conditions are noisy Experiencing psychological pressure, for example if you get bullied, often see conflicts in the household between her parents , often experience violence (both physical, psychological, or verbal) Experiencing certain diseases, such as hearing loss, disorders of the brain, anemia, hypoglycemia, etc. After the child goes to school, most of the child's learning time is spent at school. Therefore, before drawing conclusions too early, try to discuss the obstacles you are experiencing with teachers in your child's school, is it true that your child has a learning problem? If so, what sort of problems did he experience exactly? By knowing the above, then you can help your child get out of his problem so that he is no longer constrained in learning. Make your child's teacher a good partner in supporting your child's learning success.
Here are some steps you can take:
Spend more time in peace with your child, whether in learning, playing, discussing, or just listening to his stories and complaints. Get to know your child's personality better, explore also the potential that exists in him. Observe, whether your child is the type of child who is easier to learn through visual, auditory, kinesthetic, or other media Encourage children to learn together, in a fun way Don't force them, let alone scold children (either verbally or physically), when they are not able to teach the material being taught Ask well, where lies the problem face it, and help it find a solution Don't give your child a gadget too early Limit the time of the child watching tv (maximum 1 to 2 hours per day) Encourage the child to explore the body and the surrounding environment. Busy the child with productive activities Ask the child to help you in your daily activities days, including preparing their own needs, so that children are more independent and wake up sensitivity ask your child to take a vacation or give praise when successfully completing their assignments Do not focus on the results, also respect the process your child is going through, including in learning Ask for support to spouses, caregivers, and people around the child to help resolve your child's complaints Give children eat nutritious food, make it a habit for children to eat regularly If necessary, give children multivitamin supplements that support intelligence (consult first to the doctor for long-term consumption) That's all our explanation. If you feel there has not been a significant change in your child even though you have maximally done the tips above, do not hesitate to consult directly with your doctor or pediatrician.
I hope this helps.