The monitoring role of family education methods on child learningAuthor(s):
The monitoring role of family education methods on child learning is an issue that has been selected to study this article. The main and important purpose of this article is to know the methods of family education on the child's learning.
This article, considered that the family is the first place where a human baby enters to the society and it’s counted as the first base of birth and growth of children. How parents communicate and their upbringing methods have been deeply effects on children's learning.
As main issue from the studies of this article, it seems that selecting the right educational methods, like a method of educational balance, leads the children of the family to achieve high scores and brilliant learning outcomes, and the talents and abilities of children are not wasted, but in one direction and the specific goal is driven.
Unlike the parents who use strict and liberating parenting methods in raising their children, the children of such a family do not have enough independence, the feeling of insecure is highly treating them and in fact they are excited and anxious and at different stages of life, they suffer from poor learning and incompetency, and often they are not succeeding in their academic careers.
Due to the absolute restrictions and absolute freedoms in the family cause disarrangement, academic failure, lack of creativity and prevent the emergence of children's talents.
Therefore, it can be said that free and strict educational methods cause moderation of non-observance of negative effects on the education and learning of children, is not one of the appropriate methods for educating children, but a balanced education method with many positive features guarantees the development of ability and leads children to self-fulfillment is learning and perfection. Pages: 327-331 | Views: 300 | Downloads: 79Download Full Article: Click Here
How to cite this article:
Yalda Hakimy. The monitoring role of family education methods on child learning. Int J Adv Acad Stud 2020;2(4):327-331.