Monday, July 7, 2008
Parent Involvement in Education Plays An Important Role To Student Success
Being an educator and a parent I believe that parent's involvement in education, plays an important role in child development or success.
A recent review of the research literature by Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory found that,
"clearly, parent involvement is effective in fostering achievement and affective gains at all levels, and schools are encouraged to engage and maintain this involvement throughout the elementary, middle school and secondary years".
Parents need to be involved throughout the school year reading to their children, helping with assignments, participating in parent events at the school and establishing a working relationship with teachers."
Child Development Institute was founded by Robert Myers, Ph.D. Dr. Myers is a Clinical Child Psychologist with 25 years of experience working with children, adolescents, families and parents.
You can get information on child development, parenting, family life, teenagers, learning, health & safety, child psychology and mental health including ADHD.
What you can get at the site?
* Parents resouces
* Child Development : Information on child development including prenatal, physical, intellectual, language and social development.
* Parenting Parenting information on child development, discipline, family life, teenagers, learning, health & safety and child psychology plus news for parents.
* Psychology page provides information, research & practical guides for parents on various mental disorders found in children and adolescents. Also provides information on promoting health psychosocial development in kids and teens.
* Improving Your Child's Learning Ability: Information related to assisting parents in helping their children and teenagers to improve their learning and study skills. Techniques on how to develop motivation, attention, comprehension, organization and creativity are provided.
* Child & Teen Health and Safety Issues:
Providing information on health & issues for children and adolescents from leading experts and professional organizations.
- East Renfrewshire council
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