Go to the toilet to open leave? Can harsh teachings teach excellent children?

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Go to the toilet to open leave? Can harsh teachings teach excellent children?

Go to the toilet to open leave? Can harsh teachings teach excellent children?

Students are required to fill in the leave slip during class, and two teachers must be signed , And a daily limit of 100? Recently, a class of special leave request in Linyi City, Yunnan Province triggered a heated discussion among netizens. In response, the relevant teachers of the school responded that this leave is mainly aimed at students with poor self-control ability, preventing them from going out of the toilet during class to smoke or performing some disciplinary activities that are unrelated to learning. (Yunnan Net May 15)

Go to the toilet to open leave? Can harsh teachings teach excellent children?

There is a curiosity in education today The seemingly contradictory phenomenon, on the one hand, is that many educational experts and parents believe in the so-called "happy education." Children do whatever they like and parents let themselves go. Then a group of bear children appear on the headlines of news and social corners. There are people who scratch the Mercedes Benz, who have urinating on the elevator controller, and who have snoring about their mother's hair. This is no longer a case. On the other hand, some schools and parents became tiger mothers and fathers and dads, and parents of teachers implemented the “severe punishment and severe punishments.” Children were subservient, and then another group of distorted children were also born, resulting in patients with mental illness and violence. There are those who are opposite, and those who have taken the extreme road have it.

These phenomena lie in the lack of understanding and understanding of the essence of education. They merely copy and imitate some superficial articles. Drawing a tiger is not an anti-type dog and breeds more problems.

In education, freedom and rules complement one another and must not be neglected. The characteristics of high-level education are freedoms and rules. If the child's initiative is a throttle, then the child's self-control is a brake, the lack of any one of them is not stagnant, it is extremely dangerous. With initiative, there is a spirit of freedom and self-discipline. With self-control, there is a moral bottom line for judging right from wrong. In Linyi's toilet invitation note, it only emphasized the rules and ignored the freedom. Moreover, such rules themselves are problematic.

Go to the toilet to open leave? Can harsh teachings teach excellent children?

Confucius said that tyranny is fiercer than tigers. "Tougher education" is equally damaging. What is harsh? The original meaning is grass, and the extension is trivial. The so-called "tough education" is an meticulous and rigorous education provision and system. The copy of toilet invitation in Linyi 1 is an example. The original intention of the school to formulate this kind of leave is understandable, but this method can not help but be too specific, it may not work. To know that if students want to smoke, a leave slip is fundamentally uncontrollable, but may give them the confidence to smoke. The correct approach should be to detect, stop, criticize, educate, and punish in a timely manner. Only by allowing students to recognize where the problem is and where it is wrong can it be possible to prevent such incident from happening.

Moreover, if the school can't trust students to go to the toilet, how can more other teaching work be carried out? Is it one thing? Educators fully believe in students, students will believe in educators, and true equality and effective communication will begin. Real education will begin. This is the basis of all education. The purpose of education is to enable students to truly grow up mentally and self-willed. Among these, the decisive change is autonomy, including intellectual autonomy, activity autonomy, emotional autonomy, and responsibility autonomy. It is the success of education that one person takes responsibility for himself, not for parents, for teachers, or for a certain provision.