When talking about children’s intelligence, we must first equate the perception. Like what children are considered intelligent? Good at math? Or good at technology?
There are many kinds of intelligence. Some children are good at painting, some children are good at playing music, some children are good at counting, some children are good at sports. Of these, which one is the smartest? There is no. All are equally intelligent. Albert Einstein was no smarter than Jack Ma. Jack Ma was no smarter than Michael Jackson. Michael Jackson, no smarter than Albert Einstein. They are both smart, it’s just, in different fields.
Take advantage of brain plasticity, to maximize children’s potential
When I was asked, how can children be smart and smart? I always ask the above questions first. Next, I introduce the concept of brain plasticity. The concept of brain plasticity is closely related to brain principles and learning principles. … Read More...