A rushing style can do a lot of bad for a child in their learning because it is too quick and they are not able to answer the questions with ease. If used in the wrong way, a rushing style can come across as though a parent is nagging at their child. When a child is figuring something out or putting it together they can go about it too quickly and mess up their own process.

The Art Of Rushing

Start looking at rushing as a style. Watch the nagging, but find ways (games) to help the child to slow it down a little.

Key Takeaways:

Rushing can greatly help a student learn.
The point of rushing is to help kids outwit learning.
Rushing can have many positive impacts on kids.

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