Role Model In Child Development

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Community is defined as a group of people who are identified with all or parts of the local geography, landmarks, institutions and social groups, including parks, schools, places of worship and community centres. Role model in the community allows the child to be able to imitate the positive behaviours that is valued in the society. Children learn best through interacting with the person whom they want to model and will be able to focus on a certain behaviour when it is pointed out to them. Peer groups can influence the children’s achievement in the positive or negative way. In early childhood, peer pressure has not yet overrides the parental expectation but is still able to affect the child’s behaviour.
Parents and children can make full
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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. When both family and teachers work together and exchange information which can be done as long as the is effective communication between both parties, they can focus on meeting the children’s needs and supporting their…show more content…
Children are more likely to adapt well to school and attend school more regularly because they know that the parents are teachers genuinely care for them. They tend to complete their homework more consistently and earn higher grades and test scores which will lead to the increase in graduation rates and greater post secondary enrolment. Children will have better social competencies and show improved communication skills as well as improved behaviour which is the starting of pro-social behaviour development. Higher self-esteem, better relationship with their parents and a sense of pride in their parents are often seen in children whose parents are actively involved in
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