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Benefits of Parental Involvement in Child Education

Wednesday, October 28th, 2009

A parent’s involvement in their child’s school and academic life has positive effects on her child’s growth, not only in school, but later on in life. The more a parent is involved in her child’s education, the more likely the child is to achieve higher than average grades, and develop a positive attitude towards school and homework. These children are also more likely to pursue higher education. Given the benefits, for some parents, however, involvement in their child’s education may seem unworkable, and is true especially for working and single parents. Single parent involvement in child education is a challenge.

Single parent involvement in child education may be as simple as finding out what your child is being taught in school and asking them about their day. Single parents can try alternative ways to become involved in their child’s education, such as quiz your child as you make dinner, have a mock “at home spelling bee” on the weekends or make the most of the morning drive by popping an educational CD into the car stereo when bringing your child to school.

Single parents can set aside time during the evenings to read to or just spend time talking with their children. Single parents should also put together a schedule and set specific times for homework and tutoring to take place. Clearing a space for your child to study will help reinforce the importance of focus while engaging in school work. If possible, single parent involvement in child education should extend to the classroom. Periodically, single parents can attend parent-teacher conferences, and other school events, or join the PTA.

Putting a child in team sports, music lessons and art classes can help develop a his capacity for learning. Though this may be a big time commitment for the parent, it will pay off down the road, as children pick up valuable social skills and benefit from a well- rounded education based on active learning. Ultimately, it is the parent’s responsibility to make sure their child gets a quality education. Single parent involvement in child education may seem so a hard task at times, but is crucial to the ongoing development and continuing success of your child in life.

How to Solve the Problem Children Would Not Like to Go School?

Friday, February 27th, 2009

Studying age is important time for children, but some children would not like to go school. How can we solve this problem?

First of all we must know why the children would not like to go school. There are many reasons make the children would not like to go school such as;

1. Some children maybe have not ready to go school. The development of each child is different. When parents force their children to go school while the children have not yet to go school, the children may be nervous, and would not like to go school.

2. Some children may feel they are not safe while they are in school. It is normal for the children that they like to be with their parents, so when they are in school they feel they are not safe like when they are home.

3. The children may be annoyed by friend. This is a reason why the children don’t like to go school too.

4. Some children may be tired of school or teachers, because the teachers teach them more difficult than they can learn.

These are some examples that why the children do not like to go school.

These reasons above make our see the way to solve problem the children would not like to go school.

The ways to make the children love to go school are that we need to make children feel that school is their second home. When the parents find that their children would not like to go school, they should suddenly talk with the children to find why the children would not like to go school, and looking for the ways to solve its later.

The most important is that the parents should not force the children to go school. The parents should activate the children’s attention. Let the children would like to go school by themselves. If the parents can do in this way, afterward they will not be serious with these problems.