EDUCATION starts at HOME?

Philippines
January 24, 2007 8:52am CST
Psychologist said that most of the student failed because parents didn't teach their child(ren)the proper education at home. Children at age 2 to 4 above must educate well because children interact with people depending on their I.Q level. And I.Q average will improve more when parents can educate their child(ren) properly.
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• United States
25 Jan 07
Yes, I agree. The home is the first environment the child experiences as well as living day by day, year by year with very important role models. The more variety and experiences a child grows up with and into through their family does impact on their behavior and learning. A child with a life full of books, hands-on learning and cognitive challenges along with a positive home life is going to be much more prepared than a child who sits in front of a tv with little social or family interaction. It not only makes sense, but it is a proven fact.
• Philippines
27 Jan 07
Thats very impressive.. i agree about your opinions! Because some tv series of cartoons are not suitable for children. Their are some words and action that children can adopt easily. As a parent we should monitor our child(ren) at all times.. Thanks!
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@shineison (874)
• Uganda
24 Jan 07
Yes They did say Correct. The first school for children is HOME and first teachers are Parents Specially MOTHER has a unique roll in the education of the children, I am 100 Percent with the opinion of the Psychologist.
• Philippines
25 Jan 07
Thats a great idea!
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@XxAngelxX (2832)
• Canada
24 Jan 07
I agree with this to a certain extent. I think our children learn a lot of information from us as parents, but I also think they need the school system to learn other things. I try to teach my children to be caring, responsible individuals who will lead quality lives later on. Most of the educational stuff I leave to the schools as I feel they are better equipped to deal with it than I am.
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• Philippines
27 Jan 07
yeah your right! In school our child(ren) could learn many things, but they still need our guidance because not all times school teaches the right thing... Do you know what i have encounter about it.The teacher taught the students about s3xuality? my son keep asking me because of what did they teacher told them.. i was shocked! i dont know how to answer my son,, i went to the office school directly that day and i told them about the wrong opinions that the teacher said. The principal fired the teacher because of what he did!! The principal knew that the teacher is really maniac!! not all the times school can give our child(ren) the right thought..
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• India
29 Jan 07
School education teaches only lessons but apart from lessons inculcating disciple is more important, this can be brought within children only by parents. So Parents play a major role in the development of children
• Philippines
30 Jan 07
I agree, and because disciple is the most important that the student should have to perform the task well in school.
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• Philippines
27 Jan 07
yes i do agree that education starts from home because home is where they learn table manners, how to dress up, eat right and stuff like that. the parents should be the first persons to guide them in these kind of needs and situation. they should develop more their emotional quotient rather than academic ones.so that they will grow up complete and without hesitancy in driving their lives.
@yamiboo (466)
• Philippines
27 Jan 07
I believe that education starts at home and we, mothers are our kid's first teachers. It is from the home that they learn about love, sharing, and other values as well as their first tries in ABCs and 123s.
@shilpaum (1753)
• India
27 Jan 07
I agree. Some parents think that once their children are at school, they can relax and let the education system take control. But this is not the case at all. As research shows, parents have an even greater influence on their children’s academic results than the school does. Most of a child’s ability to communicate, to relate to teachers and peers and their attitude to learning, is formed from home. Parents can help give their children a head start, by beginning their education at home.
@noachide (162)
• India
24 Jan 07
I am not a psychologist, just a man like you. but let me add something to what psychologists say. education starts at home, and also continues at home. Home is a great place for all thats necessary for civilisation. If a country isnt civilised, it is because the homes in it aren't. not just I.Q, even E.Q., M.Q, L.Q., etc etc all can be improved because of a good home.