Nov 24, 2016

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How Parents’ Role in a Child’s Learning Process Influences His Academic Achievements

Parent Studying with ChildGetting involved in your child’s learning process is widely known as a one of the factors that can help him to be success and reach great achievements at school. Parents’ role in a child’s learning process potentially has a bigger impact than those who do not evoke this. Parents, together with other family members, have direct involvement in child’s learning development as a child sees parents as his learning models.  Besides, parental involvement also contributes to child’s perception shaping and his social development. The feeling of at-home-interest and support that are given by parents towards their child is an irreplaceable motivation that can influence a child’s academic outcomes. This is due to the child’s limit of understanding and knowledge, and also a bunch of curiosity, especially in early ages, which can be explained and answered by parents’ role and enthusiasm. Our attitudes towards their education progress can inspire them to get much more attainment in their learning process. Here are many things you should do in concerning with your child’s learning.

For the fact that parents are a child’s first teacher, you must be able to encourage them to learn more. It is natural that a child learns how to cook, to read, to count, and to explore nature with you, but as your child grows older, you must guide and remind him about the things he learn at school as well as the home-works and time management. Parents’ role in a child’s learning process also includes your ability in finding out the most dominant characteristics of your child and what he loves to do. Understand his feature, if he is a talker or a shy one, in order to find appropriate approach in learning at home. Finding what he loves to do will make you know about how he learns. Children have distinct ways of learning. Be knowledgeable if your child loves drawing, singing, reading, counting, or even organizing puzzles. You can help him learn more by involving him into certain extracurricular, but make sure the extras are in line with his talent and interest, and do not over-schedule him.

You can also get directly involved by practicing what he learns at school and relating it to the everyday life. The courses syllabus can help you know what he learns and you must find out yourself how to do some practices at home. Limiting your child’s time to watch TV is one of the real acts of Parents’ role in a child’s learning process. Watching TV for a long time will make a child unable to know his own interest. Instead, it is better for you to provide them with more educational toys, crafts, and also books in order to develop skills and interests by himself.

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