One very big disadvantage of this work is that one has little control of what the parents, guardians, and the community decide to do, or not do for the children. Although, I would be doing the best I can to make a positive impact on these children’s lives. I would be keeping the best interest of children above all. As for the nature of work, there is no typical day in this career. Most days’ classroom lessons need to be taught, working with small groups, and meeting with individuals often happens.
A child needs an explanation for the mistakes that they make and must be given a reason why they should not do it again. In a like manner, bad parents do not give reasons or teach their child about morality, and the outcome is a misbehaved child. The importance of morality and values is important to human development as it guides the person 's life minute by minute towards noble goals, rather than the individual 's life being controlled by self-serving motives and bad habits. In conclusion, the parents who have not taught their child about morality and values do not live by rules and boundaries. Instead, these children go out of the fine lines of life that really molds us for the
According to UNESCO, inclusive education is a process of addressing and responding to the diverse needs of all children by increasing participation in learning and reducing exclusion within and from education (Nguyet and Ha 2010). Inclusive education is a process of increasing the presence, participation and achievement of all learners (Booth and Ainscow 2002). The process involves mainstreaming children with special educational needs into regular classroom settings, allowing them to learn side by side with their peers without disabilities. Inclusive education implies that children with special educational needs have to attend mainstream schools they would have attended if they did not have a disability. Mainstreaming children with special needs education has a positive impact on both social and academic learning for children with and without special needs (Farrell 2000).
Raising children is not an easy task because it requires love, patience, and the strength to discipline them for their wrongdoing. Discipline is the child's understanding of the rules and regulations in which they follow to learn good moral principles. In today's world, children lack discipline because the parent or parents failed to establish discipline within their own households. As a result, children fall short in their academic work which prohibits them from becoming successful. To discipline our children, we must look at Developmental Psychologist Jean Piaget and John Bowlby to educate ourselves in the psychology of children behaviour in the disciplinary setting.
Another weakness for children and young people may be that they may find it hard to speak to a counselor as they may feel as if they are going to be judge or not taken seriously. Counselling is not appropriate for all children and young people and due to this counselling may be a weakness for some children, for example babies. This is because babies are unable to communicate and when wanting to tell someone how they feel they are unable to. Therefore babies would benefit more from therapeutic play. When parents what to support their child 's well-being they could do a variety of things with them, for example carrying out family activities, sitting together when eating and siting together watching television.
Their children have less responsibility which makes them hard to handle in the future. While as authoritative parents expect their child to be on their best and most responsible behavior. They would often teach their children the consequences of good and bad behavior. Permissive parents do not reason out or try to manipulate their children much because they do not want to over extent their power. They fear as if they use to much power on their child, the child would end up hating them so they just do whatever the child want.
A comprehensive effort by the special education centers and researchers would enable minimizing risks and maximizing benefits for autistic children. Some recommendations are: • Establishing parent counseling centers in schools / special education centers • The research sessions should not, in any manner risk the physical, social and/or psychological well being of the participants • Session duration and regularity should be individualized on a case-to-case basis • Understanding the individual needs of the child • Sessions should be held at comfortable environment which the child is well acquainted to (preferable at home or school / special education centre which the child
Should Students be held back for bad grades? ¨Grades do not measure intelligence¨. A lot of our society is thinking that students should be held back if they are getting bad grades,some people don 't understand how this will really work in the near future, lots of students try and hate to fail, but sometimes we have to fail to succeed. Students should not be held back for bad grades, some students don’t test well, but they always turn in their assignments. Students don’t try to fail, sometimes it’s just the class they don’t comprehend.
Studies indicate that the social and emotional development of children is an essential constituent of education and does not consume time from academic lessons; rather it supports knowledge (Durlak, Weissberg, Dymnicki, Taylor, & Schelinger, 2011). Research affirms that there is a substantial relationship between social-emotional skills and school success. This view is supported by a school-based meta-analysis which shows that social and emotional learning produced an 11% increase in school success (Durlak et al., 2011). It is impossible to imagine a school environment that lacks respect, responsibility, cooperation, and well behaved citizens (Elias, 2009). Thus, it is evident that making social and emotional learning part of teaching supports the holistic development of children.
Quality means that students must have a good behaviourism to improve their knowledge. Sometimes when parents are overbearing, all children to quality will only be wasted, In the learning process because it requires patience, a strong will to achive that quality. It is required for older people can act together with the children so that their quality can be a guideline for their future. In a quality of children can make their to give the opportunities of self-relience and creativity, in homschooling, children will learn to be independent to do anything, and with independence, they can be creative children who could do something with critical thinking. In homeschooling also can make children to free in give their opinion, means that children will give their opinion for their private teacher or parents to know what that their don’t know and children can share something for parents, and also parents will answer and advice for their