An understanding of child development is essential because it allows us to fully appreciate the cognitive, emotional, physical, social, and educational growth that children go through from birth and into early adulthood. Every child deserves to have a good life style towards the family. Children need full attention or support in order for them to meet their needs. A child must receive better learning and good development in a way that when the child grows it will not fall astray. In giving right learning and development to a child one must be a good parent towards the child.
It is also their role to look for precise ways in adopting their children’s development (Sukys, Dumciene, & Lapeniene, 2015). Many researchers (e.g., Izza, Weissberg, Kasprown, & Frendrich, 1999; Steinberg, Lamborn, Dornbursch, & Darling 1992) elucidated that it seems to be advantageous for children when there is parental involvement in their everyday school lives; in example, a mother encourages the perseverance and independence of a child in his/her schoolwork. Pomerantz, Moorman, and Litwack (2007) added that parental involvement in schooling emboldens the children’s development of cognitive as well as metacognitive skills, and develops their success for the reason that parents set the correct pattern for them. As a result, children acquires support in their academic accomplishment from their parents (Grolnick, Deci, & Ryan,
The Importance of The Parent 's Role to The Children Why the role of parent’s is important for children? The first education center is from family environment. Parents will be a role models for children, usually the behavior of a child will imitate both parents. So the role of parents is to provide good examples and habits that can be an example for their children. This role can be done in various ways such as giving advice to children, follow the development of children and direct the child with his or her future.
These interventions played role instrumental in the establishment of federal laws that serve people with special needs and their families. These laws and legislations aim to provide equal educational opportunities and achieve community participation. If these laws are applied effectively, the important humanitarian principles, such as equality and respect will prevail in the society. Laws, regulations and government support are requirements to achieve a decent life for people with special needs and increase the society's awareness about rights and issues of special needs and their families Because the parents of people with special needs are always seeking the best for their children, it is important to focus on these parents rights under the regulations of special education. Therefore, it is necessary to analyze the current perspective of the problem in the related
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,
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
Family is considered as the most important agent of socialization. For instance, as an infant, we are completely dependent on our parents to survive. They are responsible for teaching us to look after ourselves. They along with the other family member teach us about the moral values customs beliefs and relationships. First onset of beliefs, values, and norms are transferred from our family.
In addition to all of this, parents are there in order to aid their kids in reinforcing the imperfect aspects of their life. As such, it is crucial to allow girls and boys to grow in the same environment, since this will allow them to have alike abilities. With this, equal treatment allows independence of children from their parents, enables them to grow their confidence, and have the ability to
Family comes first, so cherish the experiences and memories you have together with your child, and continue to build strong relationships as a family with each other. With this in mind, we are proud to share our Child & Family Development’ Supplement Series. This series of supplements will focus on topics that deal with your child’s development, parenting skills and how to inculcate positive family values. We trust that through this venture, we will be able to empower parents to do the best they can, while guiding and enriching them in their journey through