04 March 2021

How to Improve the Educational Experience at Home

With the continuation of the school year at a distance, parents, representatives, and caregivers require strategies to facilitate the educational process of children and adolescents. That is why at UNICEF we share several recommendations based on our First Aid Pedagogical guide. People receive information through all the senses, sight, touch,…, If they are visual, Caricatura de niño observando su cuaderno. When children and adolescents are visual, they are likely to show it by using words that are based in this sense, for example, "You saw how fun this game" and, therefore, they will learn better through images, use of colors, schemes, graphics, videos, among others.  , If they are auditory, Niño y niña bailando mientras escuchan la música de un radio. If the most predominant sense is the auditory one, they will tend to use words that echo the sound and, therefore, they will better understand the concepts that are presented to them through words, sounds, and music that identify them. They like to listen and be heard. One element that…, If the other senses predominate, Niña jugando con bloques de juguete. If the senses of touch, taste, or smell predominate in the boy, girl, or adolescent, they will obtain better learning through practice, experiments, sensations, and experiences. You can better capture their attention if you allow them to participate, move, play games and dynamics, and build models, among other…, Other recommendations, Remember that establishing schedules and routines is essential to organize as a family. Together, design a calendar that allows you to do school activities, share as a family and do the activity that each member likes the most. It does not necessarily have to be weekly or monthly, even daily they can adapt their dynamics to maintain a healthy…