The importance of parental involvement, as an accelerating and motivating factor in their children’s education is an accepted fact.
It can fall into three types:
2) intellectual and
The effect of multi-dimensional participation of parents and the resulting progress of children in their studies is well-established fact. Active participation of the parents help their children in their academic development, by going to schools and participating in open houses. By closely observing the behavior of their children they can rightly judge the kind of behavior or the allocation of resources required by their children.
The image of Arnold Schwarzenegger yelling at children to “shut up” in the movie Kindergarten Cop may be what sticks in people’s heads when they envision optimal management of preschool children. The majority of teachers have probably wished they could employ such methods at one stage or another, but educational institutions might frown on it, and not being Arnold Schwarzenegger might reduce its effectiveness.
Still, they are part of a profession that has long been acknowledged as one of the highest-pressure and under-appreciated around. Educating the children of a nation is of the utmost priority, yet that doesn’t make it any cheaper for schools to hire and maintain the staff necessary to do so. So, in the process of carrying out this sacred duty, teachers find themselves faced with a workload their numbers can barely manage.
And so we get the rising importance of teachers’ aides. Teachers’ aides may have been around since the 1960’s, but the skill requirements have become more demanding along with its prominence. “Paraprofessional” is the term for those trained to aid professionals in various industries, and this includes assistants in education, health care and social welfare. Their services are essential in alleviating the strains of the professionals working in these industries, as well as providing organizations with a cost-effective means of increasing manpower.