Family support programs that focus on nutrition, health, and a safe household also fall under this type of involvement, as these things are necessary for a child to learn successfully. The second type of involvement is communicating. This includes families and schools communicating with each other in numerous ways. Schools send home notes and flyers about important events and activities, as mentioned above in the specific interaction category. Parents can give teachers information about their child's health and educational history.
Addressing the issues that have a substantial impact on student academic, personal/social and career development. The mental health professionals or School counsellors are members of the School’s Student Wellbeing Team, and consequently work within a team‐based framework. “Student wellbeing” refers to the promotion and maintenance of effective learning, positive mental health, good physical health, and the social wellbeing of students within the School’s care. The triangular forces –parents-Teachers-Society are responsible for the mental health of the students. Mental Health The public Health Agency of Canada defines mental health as “the capacity of
These responsibilities and needs are the basic building blocks to raising a child. 6. The most important quality of a nurturing parent is when a parent takes cares of their self and acts as a role model. A parent is a child's first teacher, so it is important that the parent acts as a good role model and lead by example to ensure a child grows up to be productive. Plus if a parent is neglecting their health they can not do as much if they are unhealthy versus them being healthy.
The home and school coming together is critical for student improvement and success. Portfolio assessment gives active participation by describing the projected outcomes, advantages, characteristics, and format of portfolio assessment, it also can help parents begin to understand the process and purposes. Teachers who invite parents to participate in to help with the portfolio assessment brings a positive efforts of their children help and parents also developed a better understanding of the process of developing their child to be at a mastery level. It helps parents appreciate the strengths and growth of which children have developed as well as to better understand the need for the support and various kinds of activities and instruction you are providing when it comes to portfolio
Life-wide learning experiences Life-wide Learning is an important cornerstone to help students developing creativity in the school curriculum. Instead of school learning, it is a golden opportunity for me to apply the idea and what I have learned from the lectures upon more complex situations. Through planning and participating in activities towards a health education programme educate to the students, it enables me to realize and be recognized for the potentials in real-life situations during health education practice such as planning how to promote health to primary students creatively and interactively. In conclusion, life-wide learning offers an opportunity for me to contact with a lot of different people and a variety of environments and situations and achieve the aims of whole-person development. Mastery of lifelong learning capabilities Though the practice, I learned how to reach a consensus with others.
Schools become the essential institution to provide systematic knowledge to children by instilling proper values and attitudes in a younger generation. Schools also serve the modern society by educating a new generation. Curriculum developer who helps to determine the content plays an important role in shaping and indirectly socializing the new generation. The society has established the schools to provide education for the children. A school is not only a place of formal learning, but also serves as a place of social learning.
• Children will be in a healthy environment, thus will learn more effectively. • Educational opportunities are created to promote safe environments at home and in the community. • School children can learn and practice life-long positive hygiene behaviours. 1.2.5. Sanitation in Eastern Cape schools Though the challenge of proper sanitation may seem vast in both numbers and geographic spread, it would be possible to rectify the current problem through integrated project planning, execution and partnerships between the public and private sector (A Safe, Sustainable and Modern Solution to South Africa 's Sanitation Crisis).
Under the mentioned conditions, one of the essential requirements to the education developers are the “improvements in assistive technology” (Herring, 2012, p. 29). Its advancement would allow better treatment of the students with disability and more appropriate conditions for their studies. The law envisions the right of the students to assistive technology which would allow students with disabilities “to receive the
The responsibilities of parents to their children’s education constitute a principal support of collectivity. The assistance and respect between parents and school to the fulfillment of their responsibilities, they are necessary conditions in order to promote students’ performance at school. It is helpful if parents or family members who are charge in education of children fulfill their responsibilities of assisting, motivating, and supporting their children economically and morally by giving them adequate school materials, such as school fees, notebook, pens, clothes, motivation, and social advice among others. So, the learning conditions are necessary in students ‘academic achievement. Unfortunately when the parents or family members fail to support their children at school economically and morally, they risk failing in classroom due to irresponsible parents.
At Naganahalli and Nadikur, the government higher primary school showed us the very good example of and the importance of community participation and Namma Shaale Plus. The school’s active participation in the community starting from education , drop outs to health care was really worth seeing. Head mistress also told us about the school involvement with special need children wherein teachers go to child’s home and teach them basic skill helping them to do basic things in their regular life on their own. Community was made stakeholders and given ownership of the school giving them the as the part of working In the community young people who passed out from the same school having sense of awareness and responsibility took active participation in these activities working on the idea of inclusiveness. The children go for yearly medical checkups and schemes like SSA RMSA RTE MDM and ‘Ksheerabagya yojana’ etc.