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Make study time effective with Pomodoro technique

Swapna Nair
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Make study time effective with Pomodoro technique

As the child grows up his or her interest in studies starts decreasing. Quite understandable under the demands of ever-increasing syllabus and tremendous pressure, your child can get disinterested in studies. So how to bring the interest back in studies! Well worry not, as our parent-child therapist Swapna Nair shares an interesting Pomodoro Technique for your child.  In her blog Swapna Nair talks about

  • What is Pomodoro Technique
  • How it works
  • What are its advantages

Interested? Read on to know more. 


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Swapna Nair

| Oct 20, 2017

Deepu set up an incentive system. Keep it simple. Put up a chart with rows and columns. Put a star when your child finishes. When five stars are collected them give a treat. The treat can be one hour of extra play in the weekend.

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deepu

| Oct 20, 2017

thnku mam for suggestion but incase of they will not listen our words and if they neglect our words then what we can do ?

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deepu

| Oct 20, 2017

thnku mam for suggestion but incase of they will not listen our words and if they neglect our words then what we can do ?

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Swapna Nair

| Oct 17, 2017

Welcome Reena and Anindita

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Anindita Dash

| Oct 16, 2017

Thanks a lot ma'am for ur valuable & nice advice. I will do it accordingly from today.

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Anindita Dash

| Oct 16, 2017

Thanks a lot ma'am for ur valuable & nice advice. I will do it accordingly from today.

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Anindita Dash

| Oct 16, 2017

Thanks a lot ma'am for ur valuable & nice advice. I will do it accordingly from today.

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Reena sinha

| Oct 12, 2017

thanks ma'am, will starts today

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Reena sinha

| Oct 12, 2017

thanks ma'am, will starts today

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Reena sinha

| Oct 12, 2017

thanks ma'am, will starts today

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Reena sinha

| Oct 12, 2017

thanks ma'am

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Swapna Nair

| Oct 05, 2017

Welcome Hakikat and Shahwara

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Swapna Nair

| Oct 05, 2017

Syedmadhiha what is it you do not understand. Please clarify so I can help

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Hakikat Jaipur

| Oct 04, 2017

Thanku for these techniques its really helpful..

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Shahawar Sultana

| Oct 04, 2017

thank u so much for support

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Shahawar Sultana

| Oct 04, 2017

thank u so much for support

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Shahawar Sultana

| Oct 04, 2017

thank u so much for support

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Swapna Nair

| Oct 01, 2017

Yes it is good for all age groups

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Syedamadiha

| Sep 30, 2017

my son is 4yr I can't understood

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Sapandeep Kour

| Sep 30, 2017

its so best fr my son. thanks

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Sapandeep Kour

| Sep 30, 2017

its so best fr my son. thanks

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Sapandeep Kour

| Sep 30, 2017

its so best fr my son. thanks

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Hetal Bhatt

| Sep 29, 2017

really interesting

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Hetal Bhatt

| Sep 29, 2017

really interesting

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Hetal Bhatt

| Sep 29, 2017

really interesting

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Syedamadiha

| Sep 29, 2017

hi

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Syedamadiha

| Sep 29, 2017

hi

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Swapna Nair

| Sep 28, 2017

Thank you.

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Papri Rudra

| Sep 25, 2017

thanks for sharing such type of method.

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Sukanya

| Sep 24, 2017

I loved the pomodoro techniques. will have to use it

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Swapna Nair

| Sep 24, 2017

So here your child can still take the break for five minutes and come back refreshed. It eases the stress actually. It will also give you a clue how to prioritise the work. The. Hold come sback and sits for another 25 minutes. Use this slot to revise with focus.

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Rajita B Sarma

| Sep 24, 2017

what if the child is in the middle of a question, a poem, or somefhing that would require 5 or 10 more minutes when the alarm goes off?

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Raman

| Sep 23, 2017

it's very useful ....I hope it will work on my naughty boy...

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Rupal Singh

| Sep 22, 2017

very useful blog.. will try. Thanks

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Asen Walling

| Sep 22, 2017

its very good thanks.

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Muthukumari

| Sep 22, 2017

woow.... it ll be very useful.... let me try

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Kavita Kumar

| Sep 22, 2017

wow this is a very good technique thanks a lot

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Neera

| Sep 22, 2017

very good technique. will surely try.

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Swapna Nair

| Sep 22, 2017

Rim and Aruna do try it out. Please remember one has to do anything for minimum 3 weeks. Rim for your child the five minute break can be utilised to run or jump or climb stairs or tap ball

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Aruna Pansari Chandak

| Sep 22, 2017

very nice technique.. I shall surely try it

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Rim

| Sep 21, 2017

Useful technique to make the child sit and study at one place. It will also increase the focusing capabilities of children. My child can't sit at one place for more than 5 minute. I will definitely start using it and hoping that it works with him.

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Swapna Nair

| Sep 21, 2017

Thank you Shikha. Yes it would remove boredom definitely. Thank you Barinder

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Barinder Kaur

| Sep 21, 2017

Thx for wonderful suggestion.

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Shikha Batra

| Sep 21, 2017

it's is an interesting technique. it would also take care of boredom which sets in after continuously studying one subject and would help in keeping the child active after a rejuvenating 5 minutes break. thanks Swapna Nair Ma'am for sharing this useful technique ..

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Swapna Nair

| Sep 21, 2017

Yes Canisha I have conducted experiments with students and I have been personally using this technique to get my work done. It works so well

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Canisha Kapoor

| Sep 21, 2017

This is an interesting concept to make your child get inclined towards studies.

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