‘Good parenting is authoritative in which parents keep eyes on their children and try to understand the mindset of their children.’(Sarwar, 2016) Somebody comment authoritative style is utility, but under psychology sense it provides a mutual communication to the kids. In conclusion, there is still room for discussion on how parenting style affect children and what is the effectiveness in teaching
Punishment in these homes is rare, as authoritative parents use natural consequences so their children are able to learn and grow from their mistakes. Children of authoritative parents are encouraged to be independent and meet their parents' high standards, which results in a positive sense of self” (Schmidt, 2011). "They monitor and impart clear standards for their children’s conduct. They are assertive, but not intrusive and restrictive. Their disciplinary methods are supportive, rather than punitive.
Authoritative parenting is the style that parents should aspire to have. This approach emphasizes individuality while establishing appropriate social boundaries. An Authoritative parent is self-assured in their ability to provide guidance while still respecting children’s individuality. These parents are firm and consistent in punishment, and explain the reasoning behind their
Delfinio I. Velasquez Professor: Tami Comstock Eng- 80-32544 3/26/2013 How Autonomy should be used with Parenting Parents want what is best for their kids, but what they think is best for their kids depends on what parents think an ideal adult looks like as a whole. Daniel H. Pink in Drive analyzes how authentic motivation and autonomy are required for children potential to be preserved. Parents should use more autonomy as much as they can to let their children feel that they are controlling their own life. This will increase their motivation in many areas and gain more confidence to achieve better grades in school. Allowing children to be able to think independently and create their own behavior can be an effective way to allow for more autonomy, improving their motivation in many areas and get the confidence to achieve better grades in school.
Although parents may vary in how they try to be in command of or socialize their children and the degree to which they do so, a hypothesis came up that all parents are to influence, teach, and control their children, which should be their primary role. Categorizing parents according to whether they are elevated or low on parental demanding and responsiveness creates a typology of four parenting styles: indulgent, authoritarian, authoritative, and uninvolved. Each of these parenting styles reflects different naturally occurring patterns of parental values, practices, and behaviors and a distinct balance of responsiveness and demandingness. Indulgent parents (also referred to as "permissive" or "nondirective") "are more responsive than they are demanding. They are nontraditional and merciful, do not require mature behavior, allow substantial self-regulation, and steer clear of confrontation.
Working closely with parents I believe that it is important to work closely with parents as partners in their child’s care and early education. This is important so that we all get a picture of the whole child and what they can do at home as well as during their time in different settings. Parents are the experts on their children and therefore, regular communication between parents and me is of the upmost importance. This can be done at a suitable time, either at drop off or pick up, over the phone or by email, depending on the parent’s needs. When parents and practitioners work together, it has been shown to improve children's cognitive, social and emotional outcomes.
Categorizing parents according to whether they are elevated or low on parental demanding and responsiveness creates a typology of four parenting styles: authoritarian, authoritative, permissive, and uninvolved. Each of these parenting styles reflects different naturally occurring patterns of parental values, practices, and behaviors and a distinct balance of responsiveness and demandingness. Authoritarian parents always try to be in control and exercise their control on the children. Authoritative parents help children learn to be responsible for themselves and to think about the consequences of their behavior. Permissive parents give up most control to their children.
In this style, parents take delight in their children and their achievements. At the same time, these parents present a precise figure of control. This includes age-conditioned boundaries that celebrate the child’s steps toward independence and self-reliance. Parents who have this form of parenting take into account the child’s developmental skills and emotional tantrums – both of which are affected by autism spectrum disorder. The parents are the ones who would adjust to the needs of their child.
Family system theory it explains why family act the way that they do in different situations. This theory is typically used in family counseling and therapy; much can be learned from examining it in the context of early childhood settings. Family systems theory has been used in trying to understand problems of students in school settings (Sawatzky, Eckert, & Ryan 1993; Widerman & Widerman 1995; Kraus 1998; Van Velsor & Cox 2000). The need to understand early childhood setting is indicates by professional organization so they can prepare early childhood and elementary professional. The concept of family theory is to help each member of the family by influencing and encouraging each other.