Morals, ethics, smartness and a vibrant soul is very important to live a school life worth remembering. There are many qualities which a school going child should learn to take 100 percent of the school life. You can learn such values by listening to stories, autobiographies of great personalities, or if it is taught by someone.
Most of the parents are busy in their own work and forget to teach their kid and help them to survive in the school. Well schooling may seem to you as a first stage of life which is very comfortable and enjoyable, but not for students because at their age schooling and its environment is itself a challenge. In school students should not only stick to books but also develop their overall personality by playing sports, pursuing a hobby , learning different skills and languages. On the other hand, just making friends and having fun will not work. They need to score good and learn things as well. So how to balance between studies and the fun part of schooling is an important and difficult question.
Help your children to develop focus, persistence, hard work, and make their school life fun.
So here are the 5 best educational summaries which will help you answer all the questions regarding school life, and make children learn things with ease.
5 Best Educational Book Summaries-
Creative school is a book by Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica. The book is like a guide for teaches and explains everything right from how the teaching was in the past to how it has changed now and what is the correct pedagogy. What a student requires from the teacher. How can a teacher serve best etc. after all teachers are the most important part of schools. Different age groups require different types of teachers, very strict teachers for primary students and very lenient teachers for teenagers can create havoc and hence to learn and make yourself a good teacher listen to book summary of creative schools.
Reader Come home Writer-Maryanne Wolf
This book is made up of a series of letters written by Wolf to us, her adoring readers, in which she expresses her doubts and hopes about what is happening to the reading brain as it unavoidably adapts to digital mediums.
A vivid, ambitious, and profoundly insightful epistolary book from the author that considers the future of the reading brain and our capacity for critical thinking, empathy, and reflection as we become increasingly reliant on digital technologies.
Wolf combines historical, literary, and scientific facts with down-to-earth examples and warm anecdotes to illuminate complicated thoughts that culminate in a proposal for a biliterate reading brain, drawing on neuroscience, literature, education, technology, and philosophy.
Empire of illusion
Empire of illusion is written by Chris Hedges. Chris Hedges explores the polarities of the two civilizations we now live in. in his book, Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle: One side is grounded in reality and capable of distinguishing between illusion and truth, while the other is rooted in fantasy. According to Hedges, the latter is becoming the majority. The Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist discusses this Illusion Empire. This game of our subconscious mind is to be understood by students.
Free to Focus
Free to Focus is written by Michael Hyatt. The book focuses on the word ‘more’. This book tries to tell you that everybody is in want of more productivity, but this disturbs our schedule and leads us to self-destruction. Michael Hyatt argues that our goal of more productivity is useless. We don’t need to do more but we need to do things right. If we can control things that distract us, our productivity will increase automatically. Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt is a great system to help you focus on working on the right things. First, you’ll stop and define what productivity means to you by formulating, evaluating, and reformulating. Then, you’ll cut the nonessentials by eliminating, automating, and delegating
Friend of a Friend
As told before it is very important for students to enjoy their life and make friends. In FRIEND OF A FRIEND, the author shares not just tips on how to network more successfully, but also a new, research-based framework to help us cultivate more meaningful relationships. You’ll never look at networking the same way again after listening to this book. David Burkus has compiled plenty of anecdotes and case studies about how successful people have networked to form successful alliances, and he backs these stories with some theoretical underpinnings from the social sciences. Perhaps the most counterintuitive but convincing advice he offers is that your network’s weaker ties, the people with whom you have rarely connected for years or even decades, might prove more valuable than your closest connections.