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ERIC Number: ED439350
Record Type: Non-Journal
Publication Date: 1997-May
Pages: 5
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The Countermeasures to the Psychological Pressure of Children in the Technological Age: How To Raise the Level of Psychological Soundness in the Family.
Zifang, Cao; Yi, Wang
This paper discusses how to raise the level of children's psychological soundness and explains why it is beneficial to do so since it complies with the development of modern society. Many educators have realized that only by improving the psychological quality of students can they improve teaching efficiency, build a sound personality, and cultivate constructs that can meet the requirements of our age. Families should also take an active role in improving children's psychological soundness. Two ways in which this can occur are: (1) parents accepting the fact that children can have psychological problems; and (2) parents improving their own psychological soundness. Other suggestions on how to help children improve their psychological soundness include parents helping children learn independence and caring for their own things; parents encouraging children to cultivate their own thinking and problem solving skills; parents allowing children to express their feelings without rebuke; and parents having close contact with their children's school in order to know about their children's psychological changes. By reaching these goals, the paper suggests that future generations will be more open-minded, more understanding, and will represent a psychologically sound future. (JDM)
Publication Type: Opinion Papers; Speeches/Meeting Papers
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Language: English
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Identifiers - Location: China