Barriers come in many forms, such as when key persons are doing observations and planning. The parents may lack in confidence to give any suggestions or feel that their contribution isn’t worth making at all; they may also not want to get involved in this. However practitioner should let the parents of the child take charge on the suggestion making, instead of the practitioners taking charge. This allows the parents to feel valued and respect being given such an important role, building the parents confidence as their suggestions have be taken into
Some are earlier than others and some must be later. In the short story, "The Most Powerful Question a Parent Can Ask..." by 'Neil Millar' shows the most respectful approach of parents to their children because when they talk to their children, they make them understand in a calm voice and not be all tensed which will just confuse the child. Also they make their children understand by not forcing them to do chores, but telling them how responsibility will grow on you later in life, and eventually you will have to learn it at some point of life. They explain to their kids much more in a depth concept which makes their kids want to learn so they will be well prepared for the future. "Parents are guides and leaders to their children, not a nanny."
Everything that Miss Moore put the kids through was to teach them a lesson and I feel like my parents did the same for me; they taught me a lesson to show me that life is not perfect and I do not get everything I want. Lucky for me, once I got out into the real world it was not shocking to me that everything did not go the way I wanted it to be. On the other hand Marissa had everything when she was younger, but once she got out into the real world it would be hard for her to accept life’s obstacles. Buying one’s way to happiness will never work and even though I still do not have everything I am happier than I ever
Just to always love the child to the fullest and make them feel like they are somebody in this world. Being a bad parent would be the complete opposite. To completely neglect your child and make the feel worthless is the number one thing that anyone can ever do to be considered a bad parent. 2.Some responsibilities that could be the toughest would probably be waking up each and every morning thinking how are you going to put food in the children's stomach, when is the deadline to pay the bills. Parents have a lot of responsibility that i wouldn't even be able to pin point them all.
I really like the idea of the author that there are two kinds of mind-set: fixed mind-set and growth mind-set. However, I don’t agree that it is only educators’ fault that some kids have fixed mind-set. I think that it all starts in the family, way before school. Parents think their kids are special and tell them that they can achieve everything they want. But parents often forget to mention that the key to success is hard work.
BEING A GOOD PARENT Parenting can be a source of tremendous pleasure over a lifespan.But, it's also a time-consuming and a difficult job for parents. In addition to satisfying their children's basic physical needs, parents can face lots challenges of upbringing such as intellectual, emotional and social development of their offspring. Like every child, every parent is different. However, all good parents share some basic qualities that help their children develop into responsible adults.Parents have eyes only for their children's future and they do everything for them. But doing everything is not enough for being a good parent.To be a good parent,parents have to face with some requirements that you have to follow and apply them if you want to be a good parent for their children.
“(These) values pass on mother-to-mother combine with the natural instincts to love, support and nurture.” If a person was raised spending most of the time on the things that were being bad influence for them such as wrestling or teen’s reality show or their parents were too busy working and did not have enough time to check if they were keeping up with the homework and reading. It is pretty obvious that the child is going to have a great amount of difficulty as they grow up. I agree that raising children is not an easy job but if I was raised in a very bad way and thought my parents did not put enough effort in my upbringing I would not want my children to think the same about me and go through the same rough path of life as I did. Childhood is what makes a child’s base and it is important to pay close attention to their childhood and teach them the difference between good and bad. So, when they grow up they will not have any problem in picking the right path.
The main great thing about this is that it doesn’t just benefit one child; it benefits any child anywhere because they are all different and will all respond differently to certain approaches. By using the right approach for that specific child can increase their chance of learning and may also enhance their self-esteem which can be helpful in later life. • children should be given every opportunity to learn • no one has the right to do anything to them that makes them feel uncomfortable • they should be taught and encouraged not to put up with any behaviour from adults or children that makes them feel threatened • it is important to establish open and honest discussion with children and young people about all kinds of issues that will affect them while they are attending your service • it is also important that children learn to manage risk themselves. Moreover, children want to be respected, their views to be heard, to have stable relationships with professionals built on trust and for consistent support provided for their individual needs. This should guide the behaviour of professionals.
An Effective Parenting Styles Being a parent can be one of the most difficult jobs a person will ever have. It may be especially challenging when the child is in their adolescent years. Most parents want their children to become independent, productive and able to cope with the world. The older methods of parenting do not work in today's society. Teenagers, like everyone else, want to be treated with respect and seen as individuals with there own ideas.
Parents are the main link to children and their health with educators following; as the main sources of our children’s health and well-being, any and all necessary actions should be taken to help children realize their true potential at home, in school and in life. When children aren’t taught how to eat nutritiously, exercise safe and effectively, and succeed academically, they aren’t given a fair shot from the start and that will continue as they grow into adulthood. Children who are obese usually inherit that trait or the behaviors that lead to obesity from their parents/caregivers. They eat unhealthy food and don’t exercise simply because their parents don’t; it can be a vicious cycle that will continue until it’s broken. Parents, unfortunately, don’t