I have seen such a parent, the child finally read a “Tortoise and the Rabbit Race”, the poor thing is estimated to support his own head is still very difficult, his mother told him: This is a bad story, because each Individuals have their own strengths. Why do you have to compare your shortcomings with the strengths of others? If she is a tortoise, she will ask to swim with the rabbit.
They feel that they are educating their children, but giving them is neither knowledge nor aesthetics, but their unspeakable insights. Since it is a land, it will naturally be high, so I also wrote a “Tortoise and Rabbit Race” to the parents:
One day, the rabbit found the turtle and said, “Come, we are running.” The tortoise said: “No, it’s better than swimming.” The rabbit said, “Is it your face? Is it right here? I don’t think you are better than Laozi.” Turn over and bake the fire!” The tortoise said: “That’s good, I choose to run.” The rabbit said: “It’s as if you have the choice.” The turtle said: “Everyone’s strengths are different, although I’m not running. Win you, but you can’t swim with me.” The rabbit said: “Pull it down, you have to be able to participate in the swimming competition, it is not me, but the shark.”
I don’t tell children about such “fable stories” because they are written for adults and they are purely in comparison with adults. You think that a person has to choose the field he is good at and compete with others. Then I think this is a correct fart, because in most cases we have no choice, we have to rush to fight on the battlefield that is not conducive to ourselves. Strive to win in a situation that is completely unfavorable to oneself. Obviously, many adults will stand on my side after reading, thinking that my place of view is more in line with real life.
But what does all this have to do with the poor little guy?
If all goes well, he will sooner or later understand through his own personal experience that he wants to do his best to bring his opponent into the field he is good at. So, we can say that he really understands.
The difference is whether he opens his own eyes to see the world, or simply wholesales a bunch of conclusions about the world from others.
One day I saw a video on the Internet, which used a stainless steel cup to turn a black ink on the paper into a clear black and white portrait. I commented after reading a sentence: Mercator projection.
About the Mercator projection is what I learned at school many years ago, and the exams have been tested. I needed to take it all down. However, neither the textbook nor the teacher will tell me that after many years you can use map projection to understand a piece of network video. Similarly, when I saw the video, no one around me reminded me how to think “correctly” and come up with possible answers. I suggested that I go over the textbooks of that year, especially the one that found the map projection. chapter. More importantly, this time no one has scored the score and told me whether my thoughts are right or not. Yes, when I think about it later, I find that the explanation of the Mercator projection is actually awkward, far less than using a convex mirror. The imaging principle is straightforward.
Of course, I can now choose to memorize the answer. However, I met a new problem, and I will not be able to take a new answer. However, I prefer the process of finding answers, the kind of intuitive response that links the earlier learning to the immediate problem. If I have my own child, I will let him/her see it all with his own eyes is the most important thing. To take a step back, it is the second most important thing for someone to remind him/her to open his eyes and take a look. Sometimes, putting things directly in the opponent’s palm is not the way he really has it.