疫情期間,工作生活都在家。在職父母既要在家Work from Home ,又要照顧停課的孩子,真是情緒智商的一大考驗。今天分享的七大錦囊應對各種面臨崩潰的爸爸媽媽們。

Working parents have to work from home and take care of children who have suspended classes. This is really a test of emotional intelligence. Seven tips for sharing today deal with all kinds of parents who are facing collapse ?

一:避免孩子過分依賴電子產品 ?

停課不停學,學校紛紛推出網上學習平台,小朋友留在家做功課,也無法避免接觸電子產品。但為免孩子因而沉迷電子產品,家長應規定孩子使用電子產品的特定時間。同時,家長應鼓勵他們使用電子產品後讓眼晴有適當的休息和運動。

Tip No. 1: Avoid children relying too much on electronics
Schools are not suspended, and schools have launched online learning platforms. Children stay home to do their homework, and they cannot avoid contacting electronic products. However, in order to prevent children from becoming obsessed with electronic products, parents should set a specific time for children to use electronic products. At the same time, parents should encourage them to get proper rest and exercise after using electronic products.

二:必須與孩子約法三章 ❤️

小朋友經常在家里處於管不了的狀態,這個時候一定要與孩子約法三章。所謂沒有規矩不成方圓,如有小朋友有違反規矩,一定要立即執行相關約定,只有嚴格的規則,才能更好與小朋友們相處。

Tip 2: You must set up rules. The so-called no rules are not perfect. If a child violates the rules, he/she must immediately implement the relevant agreement. Only strict rules can get help home-study better.

三:讓孩子自己處理紛爭 ?

一家大小留在家中,有如困獸鬥般,壓逼感大了,自然容易產生磨擦,孩子之間容易感到對方不順眼。當小朋友吵架,家長應先向他們了解發生何事,再做處理。當孩子有爭拗時,成人不應介入太多,應從旁鼓勵他們傾談及提出解決方法,否則成人介入太多,也會影響自己的情緒智商。

Tip 3: Let your children handle the disputes themselves.
The family staying at home all day for a long while  is naturally prone to friction, and children easily feel discomfort to each other. When children quarrel, parents should first ask them what happened and then deal with them. When children have disputes, adults should not be involved too much, they should be encouraged to talk about and propose solutions.

四:避免讓孩子介入工作會議 ?

父母Work from Home ,孩子同在家中可算是一件痛苦的事。當家長正嚴肅與同事們視像會議討論公事時,小朋友好奇經過跟大家「say hi」,對家長來說頗為尷尬。無奈成人小孩同困家中,家長唯有在開會前先安排好孩子的事,如給他們做工作或一些任務,然後才專心處理公事。

Tip 4: Avoid getting your child involved in work meetings. When parents were serious about discussing business affairs with colleagues in a video conference, the children were curious to say “hi” to everyone, which was quite awkward for parents. Frustrated adults and children in the same home, parents only have to arrange the children’s affairs before the meeting, such as doing work or some tasks for them, and then focus on business affairs.

五:讓孩子安排每日時間表⏰

受疫症影響,小朋友被逼停課及換來一個不用上課的日子,他們很容易覺得自己正在放假。為免孩子生活規律受影響,如晚睡遲起,終日無所事事,我們可建議孩子自訂時間表,包括需編排做功課、玩樂時間等,而這時間表必須讓孩子親自規劃,家長只能從旁協助,以免孩子不認帳抵賴行程是家長安排。當孩子做不到時間表的行程,父母亦可提醒孩子,讓孩子學習承擔責任。

Tip 5:  Let your child arrange a daily schedule
Affected by the epidemic, children were forced to suspend classes and exchange for a day without classes. They could easily feel that they were on vacation. In order to avoid the influence of children’s life rules, such as sleeping late and getting up late, and doing nothing all day, we can recommend that children customize their timetable, including the need to arrange homework, play time, etc., and this timetable must be planned by the child, parents can only start from Side-by-side assistance to prevent the child from not recognizing the non-repudiation schedule is arranged by the parents. When the child can’t make the schedule, parents can also remind the child to let the child learn to take responsibility.

六:容許學習上的不完美?

在停課期間,孩子需應付許多網上功課,孩子亦未必能百分百跟上進度,建議家長接受孩子在這段期間學習的不完美,因為網上教學始終與真實上課有差別。同時,家長也切勿利用這段時間催促孩子的學習,這只會令孩子帶來壓力。

Tip 7: Allow imperfections in learning
During the suspension period, the child has to cope with many online homework, and the child may not be able to keep up with the progress. It is recommended that parents accept the imperfection of the child’s learning during this period, because online teaching is always different from real class. At the same time, parents should not use this time to urge their children to learn, this will only put pressure on their children.

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