Just as it is important for the child to learn, it is important for the teacher to know that they are actually getting through to the children. This means that the teacher will continue to see children learning in their classroom because they are encouraged by the look of realization that moves across the faces of children when they "get" something. But learning doesn't happen only in the classroom. It happens at home as well through parents who are concerned about making sure their child gets the best education possible. There are various concerns that exist in classrooms today such as teachers who may not be qualified to teach a particular area, class sizes that are too large to allow for individual assistance, and then, sadly enough, there are those teachers that are filling a space in a classroom because, although not qualified, they may have been the most qualified for the position. These factors can be offset a bit by doing certain things at home.
These things include reading to your child and encouraging them to read to you. Making special trips to the library and checking out books that interest your child can give them a good reading experience. You can also write fun notes to each other to encourage writing in order to promote the development of writing skills and you can further encourage writing by giving your child fun writing projects that both of you can enjoy.
You can provide positive feedback and encourage developing a sequential storyline. Chances are this is going to teach the child patience with themselves and how to place events in a sequential order.You can find books in the library promoting reading and writing skills as well as books that make math, science, and history fun instead of boring.
Many children learning subjects they think they will never need believe these subjects to be boring, so what they must be taught is that these subjects are actually fun and necessary. Many adults went through school as children thinking that they didn't need to learn a subject such as history only to find out that they should've paid better attention to the teacher in school. The same goes for science. There is something scientific in everything, but due to the lack of interesting presentation, kids find subjects such as science and math to be a burden rather than a necessity.
Basically, all aspects of education are important and even if a child feels that they will not use what teachers are teaching to them, they may find out later in life that they really do need those things and will be looking up on the internet what they didn't pay attention to in class. It is amazing how many areas of life certain subjects such as grammar, science, math, and social studies can come in handy. Even if children will not use some of these things in their lives as adults, chances are that their own children may encounter the same materials. Through aiding in the education of your children you are ensuring your children play a proactive role in the education of their own children.
So what it comes down to is that the more proactive each generation is in the education of the next, the better off they will be when they are grown and the better off future generations will be.
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