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Parents should be their children role model, simply because children view their parents as an inspiration to them, they do what they are told by their parents and they act upon what they see their parents do also. B. There is nothing better than a child having his/her parents as their life support system, it gives children the opportunity to confide and open the lines of trust and communication between both. III. Providing basic needs for children is not only mandatory by law but also by the rights of any child in order for them to successfully thrive in society.
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Also, I would like to express the importance of teamwork. Parents and caregivers need to work together in developing relationships to promote healthy development for children. According to Mary Benson McMullen and Susan Dixon, “ Each family and professional must learn to work and make decisions together to support the child’s healthy development and to ensure the family’s well-being” (McMullen & Dixon, 2006). In my opinion caregivers need to start developing the relationship with the parents from day one, and supporting their wishes on what they prefer for their child. One way of doing this is by respecting thei... ... middle of paper ... ...eed to take out toys and play with children, but in this class I learned that interaction means going down to a child’s level and talking to them, respect them, and allowing them to lead in their games.
Síolta stresses the importance of a good relationship between parents and educators for the benefit of the child. It is important for parents and educators to have an open and interactive relationship so that the child will have better opportunities to explore and communicate without being held back by the fear of unbalance between the two most important people in his or her life. Diversity is key in order to ensure every child is given an equal opportunity to experience the world around them in the early years and also
An example of this is when teaching a child to speak for the first time, in my opinion, the main method used as a learning technique is repetition. To repeat something a numerous amount of times in the hopes the child will impersonate what has been said or done. Nurturing a child helps develop their personality because it builds a relationship where the attachment is important and the child becomes dependent and will most likely do as told and look up to their parent for guidance. The role of a parent figure is crucial for a child developing a personality because parents teach and prepare their children how society works, and
Therefore, it is very important for parents to help their children develop healthy levels of self-esteem. There are many things parents can do to help their children learn that they are lovable, capable, and competent, beginning when their children are at a very young age. Unfortunately, it is also at a very young age that children can begin to develop low self-esteem. Parents must be very careful not to plant the seeds of low self-esteem in their children unknowingly. Children learn their first lessons about self-esteem from their parents.
For a teacher to properly educate a student they need to know them in all developmental areas which includes parents, because of the crucial role they play in their child’s growth and development. By having the parents involved they can work with the teacher to come up with a curriculum that best suits the student. Involving parents in their child’s education benefits the student, parents, and the teacher because there will be an abundance of support for the child’s education. By involving the parents they are able to help the child out of school which will help to keep them on track with their education. I believe with both the support from the teacher and the parents that a student is more likely to grow and develop into a successfully educated person.
In a mindset of a parent, he or she plans to educate their child to face the real world. Parents do the best they can to educate their children. Morals and responsibility are well established in the childhood of a person due to the discipline and role modeling of a parent. The disciplining of the children is mainly the responsibility of the parent. The role modeling of parents greatly establishes the morality of a child.