In this type of discipline gives different effect on the child’s development. The various approaches can even influence the child’s behaviour, emotions, thoughts and perception. Within this approaches it helps us understand on how we can take care of our children making them grow better. In making our children choose the right path, it is our responsibility to help them accomplish this goal. A good approach in becoming a good parent/guardian to the children is being an authoritative parent.
Kids that are homeschooled have many family interactions, and produce a stronger relationship with their family. Having trust is an important life skill, and homeschoolers gain trust ( A., 2010-2017). A homeschool day’s structure creates more family time together, which makes the schedule extremely flexible and easy to work with. Homeschooling keeps children safe with what they are learning, creates more trust, and makes more time with family ( Holzmann & Holzmann, 1990-2018). Multiple parents
In authoritative parenting, parents put a lot of effort into ensuring that they have a positive relationship with their child. They give explanations to the reasons behind the rules they set and enforces them and also give consequences, but takes their child 's feelings into consideration. Authoritative parents make rules but they allow for realistic exemptions to the rules. Authoritative parents often use reasonable consequences that teach life lessons. They also use positive discipline to prevent behavior problems and to reinforce good behavior.
Family members can discuss about the development of the children and find out the best ways to meet the needs of the children because family members know their child’s personality, temperament and behaviours very well and the staffs in school can also get to know a child well through their daily experiences and can share their professional opinion on the child’s development and compare it to the developmental milestone. According to Ms. Carl, teacher and Action Team chair at Southbend Middle School, partnerships are important because each students have so many needs, it is impossible to take the student in isolation. Therefore, she needs to connect with the whole family whenever she does home visits and see their homes, or take the kids out on trips on the weekends . The students need the whole village. They need to have the whole village working with them.
It is necessary for parents to become aware of their position and accept a child with a major contribution to the physical and mental development of the child. The consultation is an unavoidable task of psychologists and sensitizes parents to the needs of their own child, providing support and permission, in order to cope with the demands of a child placed before them. Working with parents is an important incentive to observe their situation from a perspective that will be constructive for the functioning of the entire family. With their parents working through individual counseling, as well as through group workshops, depending on the needs of parents as well as the nature of the problem with which comes a psychologist (Johnson, Christie, Wardle,
Despite the physical limitations, a child must be given full responsibility for carrying out the tasks of development. The intervention of the elderly should not be too much. Parents simply keep an eye on the development of children from far. Parental participation in children 's activities, like outdoor exploration or reading books together, has been shown to lead to a more social child. Children who engage in play activities with their parents jump right into games when they start school and show more independent behavior in those situations.
Manners and Etiquettes Manners and etiquettes for children is said to be the most important quality to nurture in the family or home. Getting children to be well behaved or mannered might look like an impossible task, but insisting and badgering about it will definitely work out later on and it will be surprising how hard work and not giving up on these things can bring out good things in our children. Good manners are essential for every child 's self-confidence and success in life. Manners and etiquettes starts from the family home: This is where the seed is planted and nurtured; where the children learn core values and ethics; they learn to be considerable, tolerable, and respectful; they learn to share, to respect the space of all other family members and to put into practice the foundation of all the social etiquette they will need to carry them through life. It is important to have a method or style of parenting as this helps parent on how to relate with their children.
Parents build a bond with them will lead them to feel secure in the world. They have to go through every stages of their entire developmental future. Parents should help them develop socially and emotionally. Social development is related to how we interact with others. It is the aptitude to form secure and genuine relationships.
For parents it is balancing their needs and wishes with the needs and wishes of their children. When both parents and children grow together, the resulting intimacy in family life fulfills the yearnings of all family members for loving and aggressive exchanges, for sharing pleasures, and for learning values. This kind of empathic family is the source of the knowledge and the skills needed for citizenship, work, friendships, and later parenthood. It is exceedingly valuable for society. Being a conscientious parent today also means working to preserve and protect our society and the planet -- now before it is too late.
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