"Double reduction" is coming, members of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference offer parents "no anxiety"

  This year's national two sessions, "double reduction" has become a hot word.

  In the more than half a year since the introduction of the "double reduction" policy, students have less written homework, they are closer to their parents and their children, and interest classes have become popular... However, facing the baton of the exam, there are still some parents who can't let go anxious heart.

Recently, Hu Wei, member of the National Committee of the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, executive deputy director of the Shanghai China Vocational Education Association, and executive vice president of the China Private Education Association, discussed with parents, reporters, and education practitioners about "bringing children."

  At the recording site of the talk show "Two Sessions Youth Talk" produced by China Youth Daily and China Youth Online, Liu Na, a parent of a first-grade primary school student from Beijing, bluntly said that under the "double reduction", the child was happy, but she still felt "a little anxious".

"It seems that the parents are relieved, but in fact, we feel that the burden on our body has become heavier. We used to know the approximate grades and rankings of the children. Now suddenly there are no KPIs for the children's learning. Do I need to work harder for the children after class? It's not too clear, when these series of states are unclear, as parents, can we not be anxious?" Liu Na said.

  In addition, there are reports that some off-campus training industries have changed their faces, or have quietly moved to "underground", which also made Liu Na feel "invisible pressure".

  Wang Guan, who is engaged in scientific research and education, believes that what parents are worried about is actually the evaluation standard.

"Traditional culture tells us that 'one test determines life', but after 'double reduction', a more systematic standard can be used to evaluate children. The school uses technology and other means to teach each child in accordance with the actual situation of each child. Personalized education for students. By empowering teachers, children’s time burden and learning pressure are reduced, while ensuring learning outcomes.”

  In the video link, in response to the confusion of parents, Hu Wei said, "From the perspective of family education, there is now a neighborhood effect. Many parents see how many classes their neighbors children take up and go to different training institutions, so they decide to also Followed by training institutions, so many parents are just acting as a rental role, sending their children from one place to another without caring about what their children are thinking and what they need in their hearts.”

  In Hu Wei's view, high-quality family education encourages parents to accompany their children more, communicate more with their children in the process of parent-child companionship, understand their needs, potentials and strengths, make the best use of the situation, and conduct targeted education for their children. Education, cultivate children's sunshine and self-confidence mentality.

  From the perspective of school education, Hu Wei proposed that schools should reverse the original unscientific evaluation system, and comprehensively evaluate students, not just based on scores, but also comprehensive evaluation of moral, intellectual, physical, aesthetic, labor, and five education.

"Schools should use the method of multiple intelligences to evaluate students' development, including three evaluation systems: comprehensive evaluation, to understand students' strengths and weaknesses, so as to enhance their strengths and avoid weaknesses; process evaluation, to take process evaluation as a very important means in educational evaluation. In the evaluation of true knowledge, each student has different strengths, so more attention should be given to students in this regard.” Hu Wei said.

  China Youth Daily, China Youth Daily reporter Ye Yuting Source: China Youth Daily