Its mostly the mom who is appreciated/blamed for the child’s success/failure. Kids are excellent observers and they imitate their parents in most aspects as time progresses. They are also the child’s first role model having a powerful impact on them-for more details on this please visit the website www.firsteatright.com. Most children are attention seekers and would love to do anything to garner their mom’s affection or their dad’s appreciation. In the absence of love, care or involvement from parents children resort to different methodologies to draw interest towards themselves-some throw tantrums, some other kids stop talking or stop being cheerful while others show disinterest in the colorful aspects of life, especially attending school or doing well in studies. Such kids perform badly in academics too! Ok, now if supposedly we assume that either the mom or dad takes complete care of the child attending to his/her needs with respect to emotional comfort, educational guidance and overall productivity are there chances that these children outperform other kids?
“Every Child is a Blessed Child Who Shines or Dries Depending on Parental Nurturing”
Each of us are born with certain talents and the blossoming of the child into a versatile person depends on how the parents nurture him/her. Exploiting the potentials of the kid is dependent on various factors but the role played by parents is beyond all others in helping the kid shine like a star. A parent is a child’s first teacher who helps him/her grasp basic things, recognize people, emote to others around, explore nature, read together, cook yummy foods, travel and explore the world. As children start going to school, teachers take over the responsibility of enriching the child’s knowledge and learning capabilities, both of which have their roots at home. Some parents might feel that once the kid joins school it is solely the teacher’s responsibility to nurture them into world-class doctors, teachers, managers or more. What these parents miss out is on the key point that while knowledge is taught at school classes it is every parent’s duty to follow up on their child’s performance at school, ensure that homework is completed and take interest in the child’s attitude at school.
Even a new research done shows that parental engagement has a positive effect on a child’s academic attainment irrespective of age or socio-economic status. The researchers surveyed head teachers from over 180 schools and also conducted 20 interviews with school leaders apart from exploring activities delivered in or by schools and early years settings that support and promote parental engagement. The survey showed that more than 72% of the schools involved had no specific policy stating parental engagement but 80% of them were strong on the notion that parental involvement was the staff’s responsibility. Schools do include improved parental engagement as one of their mottos for the academic year and also strive hard to establish good communication with parents.
Teachers can teach at school but its primarily parents who can guide their children in organizing time efficiently multitasking between studies, extra-curricular activities and playing. While parents must be involved in every stage of their child’s development their involvement means a lot when kids reach adolescence stage. The interest and attitude shown by parents towards school decides whether or not the kid pursues higher education. The simplest way in which parents can involve themselves is by being in contact with teachers and paying attention to grades and activity schedules of their children. When parents participate in teaching kids or helping them understand certain concepts it shows in their academic performance-children whose parents teach perform well compared to those kids whose parents are not involved with academics in any way. The family’s literacy level has a great impact on the child’s performance at school. But even if you are not an educated parent you can show your support and care for your kids in different other ways that would motivate the child to become a better performer at school. Kids feel happy when they realize that their parents care for them in every way possible and this acts as a boosting factor for their performance.
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