In today’s society, education is something that could definitely be improved for children. Teachers could improve the kind of guidance and structure that they provide for their children. Maria Montessori ,writer of Montessori’s Own Handbook, and Colin Powell , writer of Kids Need Structure, have devoted their lives trying to help reform education to be more beneficial for children. While Montessori and Powell both have an amazing passion for their purpose, they both have differing opinions of how this should happen. To begin, It is clear to readers that both Montessori and Powell have contradicting ideas about the role of the teacher in a child’s development.
When the child is treated with unconditional support, despite the parent’s personal feelings, he is more receptive of the parent’s idea and that creates a gateway for the child in choosing the same profession as their parent. Although direct career advice can be influential, many parents fail to realize that they can influence their child’s career decision by serving as an example (Kniveton, 2004). Children begin to identify with their parents’ career by the age of five. (Havighurst, 1964). The purpose of this study is to investigate the parental influence on students’ choice of major.
Meaning all the blemishes of the world we want to shield our child from sooner or later they will see the blemish, it 's better they learn how to deal with when they are younger than not know how to deal with it at all when they are older. When going to a public school, kids are usually interacting with others and can make new friends. This is a really important thing to learn as kids because it is useful in the future. Social interactions help people develop soft skills which are useful later in life like when getting a job. Homeschooling is known as the practice of educating children at home rather than sending them to a public or private school.
First of all comes the role of the parents. Parent role is very crucial; as they are the first ones that the child will refer to if he/she faced a problem. Parents spend more time with their children, speak and listen to them. So they will recognize if their child has been abused through his/her behaviour and actions. Some children are used to be open with their parents, they would tell if there is anything wrong, but however there are some children that may be shy or even threatened by the offender, and here comes the role of the parents to notice the problem and encourage their children to speak up in order to solve the problem.
Al-Ghazali also has some studies which can be regarded as including concepts of today 's Child Psychology. He studied how children should be grew up by parents. According to him, education is the most important factor on rearing a child. He recommended being stric across children for parents but he is against excessive punishment. Along with that he offered encouraging children to play so that they can develop physically and intellectually.
Are you the oldest, middle, or youngest of your family? You may not think this is important but in reality, it is. Birth order can definitely affect a person 's personality and intelligence. “The Achiever, the Peacemaker and the Life of the Party: How Birth Order Affects Personality”, an article by Dr. Gail Gross says that a shift in parenting is one of the reasons why some children have different personalities than their siblings. There is also evidence to show that parents changing their discipline with different children and investing different amounts of time can result in different performances in school, from, “Why First-Born Kids Do Better in School” by V. Joseph Holtz.
Is authoritative parenting better than permissive parenting, or is a balance of both forms the better way to raise my future children? There are major differences between authoritative and permissive parenting. (Verial, 2013) While the authoritative style sets limits for a child, it still allows for the child to speak its mind, so a situation can be discussed and reasons can be explained. (Darling, 2014) Although parents remain the decision maker to protect the child, the child learns to voice own opinions. Consequently, the child learns to express itself in a respectful manner, and this helps to develop strategies for decisions later on in life.
For the behaviourism, BF Skinner (1904-1990) and Ivan Pavlov (1849-1936) are more expert in this area. Both of them were discussing about this theory. In my point of view, I think that young children behaviour development are quiet related to their environment. Based on the research I did, I noticed that managing behaviour of young children was a big challenge for teachers and parents. Whenever they are refused to do something or they want something, they will start to throw tantrums.
They can use their own experience to teach their children and to help their children to learn the difficulties they encounter, just like the parents of student B in the story I mentioned at the outset.However, some of the lower educational parents also want their children to have higher and higher education, but they don’t have enough ability to help them, these children have to overcome many difficulties by themselves, that are very hard.And we all know parents as the first teacher of children, they not only influence the children’s score, also the mind of them. Therefore, I learn something from this project that is the higher parental educational attainment are good for children academic achievement.During the process of doing a research
I plan to achieve this by evaluating and understanding the children’s potential, making them part of the decision making process in stimulating their own learning environment. The curriculum in my kindergarten is a teacher-structured approach. I would like to make a transition towards a child-centered curriculum in which the teaching allows to work with children in small groups. The Reggio Emilia’s approach allows flexibility and yet maintains the consistency of learning. I would plan activities with a range of different materials and resources.