Parents are part of the child’s life too!

Children can benefit from the collaborated efforts of parents and school teachers. When parents are not part of the decision making process of education in the classroom, they can feel isolated. It is also critical that feedback on the student’s positive performance be shared with parents and not just negative ones.
This episode of the podcast looks at some practical ways to bridge the gap between parents and teachers.

Author: Allick Delancy

WE ALL HAVE THE POTENTIAL TO DO GREAT THINGS IN LIFE! The areas of education, psychology, motivation, behavioural coaching, management of stress, anger and conflict, has always interested Allick Delancy. For this reason, over the years he has conducted research in these fields and has experienced great success in writing, lecturing and assisting other persons to develop their fullest potentials. He has obtained a Bachelors of Science in Behavioural Sciences with an emphasis in Psychology and Sociology. Allick Delancy also earned a Masters of Arts degree in Educational Psychology, with general emphasis in Learning, Development, Testing and Research from Andrews University. He has worked in the field of community mediation, education--conducting life skills training (for students, teachers and parents), as well as conducting Functional Behavioural Assessments and developing Functional Behavioural Plans. He also lectures at the Bachelors degree level in Early Childhood and Family Studies, Leadership and Management and co-wrote an undergraduate course in social work.

2 thoughts on “Parents are part of the child’s life too!”

  1. Children crave active parents. I’m very hands-on with my child and she’ll be 2 in May. The staff at the day care at the YMCA tell me all the time how advanced, smart, and good my daughter is. They say she follows directions very well, loves to read books, her vocabulary is advanced. I think being at home with her during these 2 years and taking on freelance positions during this time, so that I can be with her has really helped. 🙂

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    1. Sonyo, I am really happy to hear these positive things about your daughter. I can see that she would be a fine young person who will grow into adulthood to be a productive person. I am happy to know that you took the time off to be with her, as training at an early age is very important. It is true, that some parents because of working outside the house cannot be at home with their children during the course of the day, but even this being the case it is vital that when they are in the presence of their children, they spend quality time with them. This quality time means teaching and training them, just as you have done.
      Continue to do the good job you’re doing with your daughter all the best to you and her.


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