How to make your child smarter?

in steemit •  2 years ago



Hello to all steemit users! Today I would like to lecture on "How to make your child smarter?" This is based on my knowledge as a nursing graduate. Although this is mere written since I am not so confident at impromptu speech, I just hope that this notion can help in making the next generation of children become smarter and are better individuals in the society.

In my nursing education, I studied on developmental issues that is from infant to adulthood. At birth we learn first to crawl before learning how to walk. So, I believe that this also holds true in brain development. This is on my personal opinion and expert on this issue may contradict this theory.

I believe that infants at birth have undeveloped brains yet can absorb lots of information and is also can develop in a faster rate. Infants because of undeveloped brains cannot understand our language. Their brains are yet in the primitive stage. A primitive brain can only understand a primitive language. An example of primitive language is simple communication by using simple words or sound for infants to understand like the first humans on earth using only signal language since they do not have yet an established language to follow.

As an experiment I used this notion to an infant who is just nearby our house. Everytime I met this infant I see to it that I can have an intimate communication established by looking to the eyes and try to communicate in a language the infant can understand. I believe that by doing this the infant will be stimulated to communicate therefore it can enhance brain function thus it can stimulate the brain to grow. Take note that an infant's brain is yet in the developmental stage and can grow in a faster rate especially if given the chance to be of use. I believe that early communication can stimulate brain growth.

I really see the difference in terms of development in the infant undergoing early communication. An infant undergoing this notion is more cooperative, more resilient and smart, way ahead from his or her contemporaries.

Try this notion and I hope that this notion can help your child become smarter.

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@collin22000 - I don't mind when people share links on my posts, but I ask that they be at least tied in to the topic of conversation. When you post something unrelated like this, it takes away from what we are trying to talk about in their posts. I know that it is hard to get recognition when you post things, and often times good posts go unrecognized. Going about it the way you did though, is not the way to handle it. If everyone did what you did, then Steemit would become a spammy mess!

Also, you will probably soon find (since you added this to a lot of other posts too) most people in the community will downvote/flag you for this, and your post payout + reputation will actually go down. It has nothing to do with how good your post is - it is just the way you went about advertising it is incorrect.

Here are five things that you can do, which should help you with your effort to get your post noticed:
-Join Steemit.Chat (link in the menu on the right) and post your link in this channel. You are allowed to post your link here once every two hours.
-If you think your post is really good, you can ask a friend to review it for you and recommend it to either the "Robinhood Whales" or "Project Curie" chat groups.
-Go to the channel and ask for help
-If you are able to purchase "Steem Dollars" (SBD), and your post is in the first 24 hour payout window - you can use them to promote your post. By spending a few dollars, it will show up in a list that many users frequently check for good posts.
-If you can find posts that are related to yours, and find a way to tie them in to the author's discussion, then you may find people who find what you have to say relevant and want to check out your link for more information. It needs to be done in a way that adds value to that author's post though, and not just adding a comment to their post for the sake of sharing your link.


Well said @timcliff. I also had a comment with this link. Great advice in your comment too.

Dont spam your links around unrelated threads.
Do it again and I'll flag your comments.
Edit Saw your comment history. Flagged and muted.

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I don't mind people put their's link in my post. But there is always a limit one can do.
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