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How Involve the Uneducated/Uncultured Parents in their child Education

 The positive role of parents is essential for child academic achievements. The parents are the first teachers and supporter of their children.  They always have best wishes and high expectations for the best performance of their children in their academic career. Unfortunately, sometimes parents feel helpless to support their children. They don’t know how they can play a positive role in their child education process. It is important to understand that lack of parental involvement in child education may lead to poor academic performance in early childhood.   There are some ways that may help to increase the uneducated parent’s involvement in early childhood education.

  • Support the Parents to Understand the Education Process

Education is a natural learning process.  Support the parents to understand the educational process.  The school must share its learning targets,  expectations, teaching strategies with the parents. Respect the parent’s education level and financial status when you want to create learning activities for students.  Assist the parents to understand the school learning plan and techniques. Educate the parents about how they can assist and facilitate the child to increase the leering performance.  

  •  Provide Traning Programmes for Parents   

 Parents are the first and effective teachers for their children. They must know how they can help their children at home.  Educate the parents about the resources and modern techniques which may help the children to complete the homework.  Positive parenting plays a key role in achieving high achievements in early childhood.  

  • Encourage Parental Involvement in School Activites

 Help the parents to understand the benefits of their involvement in child education. The school staff should welcome the parents to school and respect their suggestions. Provide a friendly environment in which parents feel comfortable to participate in school activities. 

  •  Parents Know the  Importance of their Role  In Child Education

. It is well documented that uneducated parents can contribute to the child learning process in different ways. They can provide financial, moral and emotional support.  Help the parents to realize that education is the key that can open the door of success in later life.  Educated and uneducated parents are equally important for child achievements.

  • Support the Mothers to Involve in Child Education 

 Mother can create the ideal environment at home for academic achievements. Teach the mothers about the methods of teaching and the natural needs of the child. Aware the mother that how she will react at home and how her behaviors affect the child academic achievements.

  • Explore the parents about Future Opportunities  of their Children

 Explore the opportunities and future goals of the child such as job opportunities and possible employment.  This exploration can encourage the parents to involve in their child education.

Parents involvement is one of the most essential factors of child educations. Encourage the parent to show their interest and involvement in the child education process. It is the school responsibility to provide opportunities for parents to involve in school activities. The role of school and parental involvement are equally important in child academic success.


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  • Muhammad Ejaz, Contribution of Unschooled Parents in the Education of their Children: An Analysis, Pakistan Journal of Social Sciences (PJSS) Vol. 29, No. 2 (December 2009), pp. 279-291.

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