Parent advice newsletter publication announcementPosted by: indoxploit | Posted on: September 24, 2018
Parent advice newsletter publication announcement
The parent advice newsletter is a quarterly publication. In other words the newsletter publication dates will be 1 January, 1 April, 1 July and 1 October of each year.
This online announcement also serves as the first newsletter publication for 1 October 2018.
Mission for our quarterly parent advice newsletter:
Making the parenthood journey full of joy, pleasure and success for parents and their children!
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Raising children is a serious matter. It usually happens when parents are still young and not so wise.
At the same time children need stimulation, love, security, encouragement and guidance on many fronts to develop their interests, cognitive processes, habits, talents and characters.
It happens in a world where there is virtually no parenthood education. Ample information and guidance on child health issues are available in abundance. When it comes to child character building and talent development, the sources of information, help and guidance for parents become scarcer.
Being a parent actually requires that parents fulfill their roles in parenting as a full-time second career. It requires that they gain the necessary knowledge to help their children the best way they can, through the different child development stages. All this must happen in a modern busy world between work, meetings, travelling and less quality family time at home.
It means parents need all the help they can possibly get! Children grow up fast, as time passes by quickly and waiting on nobody, who may have missed out on important child influencing moments.
We try to fill the void by making life easier for parents and their children by providing handy information and products on the subject of parenthood!
1. Parents have the most influence on child development, child character building and child learning. Parent influence has an everlasting effect on children and how they grow into adulthood and how they turn out in their future paths of life. It is not only the responsibilities of schools and educators. The influence of parents carries the highest weight and responsibility. The first priority for educators is knowledge transfer and not learner influence.
2. Parents are never too old to learn something about parenthood. If a parent does not lead a child, the danger exists that someone else will, who may be an unsatisfactory character or role model.
3. Likewise, children are never too old to learn from parent wisdom and experience.
4. Educators play a secondary learned minor role to influence children.
5. In the modern world of today, mathematics and the sciences play a huge role in our futures through rapid new developments, new innovations, new methods and new products and services. The best options for future adult career building will be formed in these directions.
6. Mathematics is interlaced in most other career paths and forms the highest priority to be educated in.
Read this advice from Author Barbara Snyder:
“Mathematics – We’re Counting on Help from Parents
Please don’t give your child an excuse to dislike math by making comments about your own school experiences with it or your distaste for it. It is important for parents to be positive, active supporters of the learning process to help encourage a child. A parent’s attitude can and will influence that of their offspring. Don’t undermine your child’s potential by exposing them to your prejudice toward subjects in school that may have given you difficulty.
Parents need to be aware of and consider the following five areas that relate to mathematics in today’s schools. Giving these ideas some time and thought can provide an overview of the current situation and the role that parents can play in assisting their children in becoming successful in mathematics.
6.1 Think about how mathematics has changed over the past few decades. Think about how there has been, and rightfully so, a greater emphasis on mathematics and science. In our technological world there is an ever greater need for students to graduate in those fields, and that need will not go away. In fact, the future top careers will call students being prepared with the skills that they learn in their math and science classrooms. Guidance in career direction from parents into those fields can be encouraging to youngsters.
6.2 A parent does not have to be a “math wiz” to help a child become interested in mathematics at an early age. The many things that parents can do at home include the following general categories that lend themselves to games and activities: counting games, using common household items; rhyme songs about numbers, helping to reinforce prior knowledge; grocery store shopping adventures; trip planning, exploring distance and gas mileage, coin counting, helping to recognize value and basic facts; probability, as in heads/tails predictions; and making flash cards to reinforce basic math facts. There are many more categories and dozens of activities for each category that can be easily done at home. Parents can learn of these many activities from the classroom teacher, parent booklets, and the internet.
6.3 If parents visit a math class in today’s schools, they will see some differences in the math instruction compared to when they attended. The approach to mathematics has undergone some positive changes that parents should be aware of. There is an emphasis on the following: the different ways in which a problem can be solved; skills concepts, using mathematical language and knowing why; students as risk takers, participating without fear; talking and writing about mathematics, keeping math journals; working in groups or with a partner; more frequent formal assessments; mental math, reinforcing the need to be able to do math without paper and pencil; and more use of computers and calculators to support math.
6.4 Calculators are readily available for students in their math classes. However, the trained professional knows when to allow calculator use and when not to. Students need to know basic facts and not solely rely on a calculators, charts, or cards. However, these aids can be used to assist in the learning and memorization of the essentials of math. Students in advanced math classes will use calculators on a more frequent basis to save time in some of the computations. Sure they could do the computations by hand, but they can get to the heart of matter more quickly with a shortcut. The bottom line is that teachers don’t want students to take that shortcut until they have an understanding of how to do the mathematical operation (the long way) without the calculator.
6.5 Consider the two subjects in which student most often have homework – reading and mathematics. Think about the reasons for and benefits from homework assignments: practices prior learning; helps develop mastery; builds self discipline; encourages time management; teaches independent work; and teaches responsibility for one’s own learning. These are lofty goals which can be attained through parent support. Research tells us that students who spend more time on homework will be more successful in school. The parents’ job is to monitor the homework time and to help the student have a good attitude about it. It shouldn’t be thought of as a punishment, nor should it be a battle between parent and child to get it done.
These are just a few things that parents should consider. Again, parents should visit the school and become familiar with the state mathematics standards. They should try to everyday math at home and in the car and encourage more involvement in technology. All of these things can be positive steps in optimizing the chances for student success in mathematics. Educators are counting on parents to play a significant role in supporting the educational process for children.”
Barbara Snyder is a retired California Distinguished School Principal and Coordinator For Human Resources. She has a master’s degree in Curriculum and Instruction. She holds elementary education, secondary, community college, and administrative credentials. She was the publisher of http://EducationResourcesNetwork.com and Student Teacher Supervisor at Chapman University.
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