‘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
I have found that kids will actually enjoy having a babysitter more if they listen to the sitter and do what they are supposed to do. There are three main reasons why kids don’t want babysitters. The first reason is because they feel that they get into trouble. What kids don’t realize, however, is that if they respect their sitters, they will not have to worry about getting into trouble. The second reason why kids don’t want to be babysat is because it can get boring.
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.
The role of all parents is to influence, teach and control their children. Parental responsiveness and demands of the parent are two elements reflected by parenting styles. The authoritative parent is both demanding and responsive, and sets guidelines that they expect their children to follow. This style operates on a more of a democratic level and allows the child ask questions and voice opinions. An adolescent child benefits from this style of parenting because it allows flexibility and keeps the line of communication open between the parent and the child.
The question at hand however is, what makes a good parent? Being a parent may be a fulfilling experience to an individual. The aim of parenting is not to be perfect but to provide your child with the sense of being loved. Expressing love and affection, being a role model and providing order for your child or children are characteristics of being a good parent. Expressing love and affection may come in many forms.
If positive relationships are not present it may cause a bad feeling in the setting so people may not work well together and children, young people and parents may feel uncomfortable in the setting. Good communication is needed with both parents and children/young people as the parents will have trust in the carers and be able to relax knowing their child is in your care. It is important to have good communication with the children in the setting as this ensures you have a good relationship with them which will help them feel more comfortable with us which will help them settle in as well as supporting them in their play and
This will then help to build a good relationship. The communication between a child's parent and a teacher is vital within a childs development. The more involved a parent becomes in their child's education the better the child is likely to perform. If a teacher uses effective communication skills with their pupils parents, and listens to the parents needs, suggestions etc, this will help them to understand the child better and make for a better learning environment. The will again realise that the teacher understands their individual needs and will feel comfortable and relaxed in their company.
If a young person thinks they are not being listened to, there will be a breakdown in the relationship & they will stop communicating with the adult. Parents/Carers: Parents & carers are the most important people in their children’s lives so it’s
Throughout history, people have quickly commented “good job” to their children thinking that this is encouraging good behavior, but is this effective? Alfie Kohn, Phillip S. Strain, and Gail E. Joseph are three of the popular scholars who have thoroughly researched the effects of giving praise to children. Kohn believes that praising children for their achievements will negatively affect them in their lives and make then dependent on their elders approval. Alternatively, Strain and Joseph believe that positive reinforcement actually helps kids differentiate between acceptable and unacceptable behavior. Although an overabundance of praise to a child can have harmful effects, I believe that adequate amounts of praise strengthens children’s behavior, thus I supports Strain and Joseph.
Positive family with great patience pass down the essential knowledge that we need in order to join the real world. Parents are best teachers and they always wish success for thier children and teach them to stay away from the bad things. When child grown up will learn parents habits. When children are born they are like empty vessel. It is up to their parent what to put in and not.