Let Children learn what they like
When we are interested in what we are learning, maximal retention occurs. In Calvin and Hobbes, Calvin's father once expressed concern over Calvin's grades. He said to Calvin, "But you like learning and reading, don't you? What happened in school?" Calvin's answer was short and to the point. "We don't learn about dinosaurs." If the school had taught about dinosaurs, Calvin would be a grade A student.
Therefore, parents can identify one subject area that your kid is fascinated in and encourage exploration to allow them to maximize their emotional intelligence.