Three Positive Characteristics Of Parenting
There is nothing more precious than the relationships we build with our children. Time passes by so quickly, and once it is gone we can never get that back. No matter which stage your child might be in, the opportunity is there to practice and foster great communication. This is not something to be taken lightly or ignore, we have the great responsibility of instilling these skills into our children.
One of the most important aspects of positive parenting is ensuring that each and every member of the family feels heard, that they are understood, and that they can express themselves without condescension or reproach
Three Positive Characteristics of Fathering and their impact on school success
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They learn how to interpret social cues and interact in positive ways with their peers (Turner & Welch, 2012).
Three Positive Characteristics of Mothering
Nurturing: When a mother raises her child in a loving and nurturing environment, she is helping them to develop a strong sense of themselves as well. This has an impact on how they develop socially and emotionally. When they enter school they are better able to regulate stress responses and interact with their peers in a positive way.
Attachment: Beginning at birth, this bond is incredibly important to a child’s emotional and behavioral development. A positive parent-child attachment relationship can be seen through acceptance and responsiveness, and can create long lasting impacts throughout childhood. Early childhood experiences that are positive, mean less behavioral issues upon entering school. As this goes on, the mother-child relationship helps to encourage the child’s ability to empathize with their peers.
Responsiveness But Not Control: Maternal responsiveness to the child is linked with advanced levels of later attention skills, which will aid in both school readiness and achievement (Razza, Martin & Brooks-Gunn, …show more content…
Communicate a desire to work together to create a healthy parenting relationship.
The National Extension Parent Education Model
This is a model that specifies an outline of six parenting essential categories that parents should learn and be taught by parenting educators (DeBord, Bower, & Goddard, 2002). It is a model that is meant to guide the way programs for parent education, materials used and instruments for evaluation are designed. It is intended to assist parent educators with effectively work with parents for the betterment of their children. By using this model, educators can provide parents with the necessary tools for raising healthy, happy, and sensible children.
Being raised in poverty has the potential for both short-term and long-term consequences. Studies have shown that there are negative impacts to parenting, which in turn will negatively impact children (Turner & Welch,