The Methods to Cope with Children's Shyness

Ali Rahravan
2016 Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences  
Social education, raising children's skills and prevention of any social disabilities especially the treatment of shyness are the main responsibilities of parents. Having healthy children has been always important for parents, so that the problem of shyness and its treatment has been one of the most important problems of parents. The researcher in this article targeted parents to provide some key methods and principles for better education and the removal of shyness in children. We hope to
more » ... the creating factors of shyness and the importance to cope with it more than ever. So that parents can use appropriate methods to educate and bring up their children, introduce healthy children to society and make success in their lives. 216 them. On the other hand, shyness is considered as an inappropriate behavior for boys. Modesty is one of the voluntary and valuable traits of transcendent people while shyness is an involuntary and unpleasant phenomenon that indicates social disability that is unpleasant for both genders. Family and society should know and indentify the difference between shyness and modesty. Modesty is not the lack of participation in society. Our society needs the active presence and use of women's talents and abilities in different economic, social, political and cultural fields. In such a society, there is no place for shyness. However, modesty has a valuable and special place and all people consider lots of value for it. (Women's Message 1382) Know about the Signs of Shyness 3. Shyness as disorder has some signs and the shy person has the following characteristics: he/she cannot talk to others appropriately, and is unable to express what he/she means, suffers from Tongue tie in groups, is Secluded, likes being alone and escapes from society, cannot ask his/her questions, cannot defend his/her rights, speaks discretely and cannot answer his/her lessons. Shyness is a disorder that is in the form of depression when the person escapes from interaction and communication with others. If it is not treated, it will be turned into more important diseases. If shyness continues, it will become a bigger shyness and the person cannot achieve social skills and consequently he /she cannot find a job or communicate with others. Usually, shy and quiet people are encouraged and appreciated but there is a sense of incompetence and insecurity inside these people. Thus, they have psychological problems, create a negative image from themselves in their minds, have phobia, anxiety and fear, and are used to chew their nails, suffer from Tongue tie, lose themselves while speaking and forget about what that was going to say. (Ofogh Hawzah 1381) Abstract Lean thinking is an approach to increase continuous value creating and productivity as well as minimizing the costs and losses. Further, organizational learning is defined as a set of measures such as knowledge acquisition, information distribution, information and memory interpretation, which consciously or unconsciously affect the positive organizational development. This research aimed at studying the impact of lean thinking on the organizational learning. The study has used a questionnaire to measure variables. Lean thinking is tested through twenty-eight items; and organizational learning is tested by five items of shared vision, organizational learning culture, teamwork and group learning, knowledge sharing and participative leadership. The questionnaires were distributed among one-hundred and thirty-two managers and staffs of the center for strategic planning and studies and department of planning and excellence development management in SAIPA automobile manufacturing group 1 . The education level of the participants was higher than a bachelor degree. SPSS software was used to analyze the data. Results showed that lean thinking has a positive impact on organizational learning. Also, lean thinking has a positive and significant impact on all aspects of organizational learning. Abstract The aim of this study was to investigate the effect of multimedia training method and lecture on second year students' competencies in General Electronics Course in technical and vocational school of Isfahan city. The research statistic population consisted of all second year students of technical and vocational school in the academic year 2015-2016. These two high schools were selected by random cluster sampling, data were collected from the tests and analyzed by using of covariance analysis. The results indicated that the electronic functional skills training score on multimedia-based group was significantly higher than lecture-based group. Also the students who were weak in electronics lessons have benefited significantly more than the stronger students from the multimedia-based training programs.
doi:10.5901/mjss.2016.v7n4s1p215 fatcat:6qgmpndt4rh4tkohscyw7ccbii