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    Author - Ms. Anjali Gogia L M P Education Trust

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Effective Parenting

Effective Parenting for the Pre-School Children
Free Course

Partnering with parents in their journey to become better with enhanced awareness about the child needs yet not imposing the Expectations.

Empowering young parents, with a knowledge of parentology to be able to do positive parenting. Being a parent means creating a loving, safe environment for your children as they grow from baby to toddler, right through to the teenage years. Parents are their children's first and most influential teachers. Parenting style is Child rearing behavior involving the amount of control over a child’s activities and behavior and the degree of nurturance of the child.

All participants must have a high degree of IT usage skills. Guidance to resources for acquiring these skills would be provided, but participants may seek any help needed in acquiring these skills from elsewhere. The main flow of this program will focus on matters concerning effective parenting not on the IT skills for pursuing the program. 

Number of modules   (4)
S.No. Module No Module Name Module Description
1 Module 1 Skill Development in Pre-school Years It is very important for the parents to know and understand the growth of Skills which will enable the child to live a meaningful life. These early years are the foundation years for these skills.
  Number of session  (5)
S.No. Session Name Session Description
1 1.1 Congnitive Skills Cognitive development is the way in which a child learns and solves problems. Develop your child's memory, concentration, attention, perception, imagination and creativity.
2 1.2 Thinking Skills Thinks Sills are required to be nurtured and empowered for young children as information is expanding.Thinking skills are necessary for the future.
3 1.3 Questioning Skills It is necessary to understand that for a child, everything around him/ her is new, and hence exciting Let your child ask questions and enhance the curiosity to learn.
4 1.4 Reading Skills Reading is an important skill that needs to be developed in children.
5 1.5 Social Skills Developing social skills in children prepares them for a lifetime of healthier interactions in all aspects of life. Social skills are an integral part of functioning in society.
2 Module 2 Helping Child being Healthy Health is a multidimensional. Parents need to ensure that their child is physically, mentally, spiritually healthy. This process requires careful yet fun filled inputs from the parents.
  Number of session  (5)
S.No. Session Name Session Description
1 2.1 A Healthy Child Health is a state of complete physical, mental, and social well-being and not merely the absence of disease or infirmity. And thus it becomes are prime responsibility to facilitate Health for our children.
2 2.2 Vaccinations in India One most important thing that every parent should take care about their baby is to maintain vaccine schedule.
3 2.3 Dieases in Children and Preventive Measures Precaution is better than cure! Try to create an environment which carefully adds fun to your child’s upbringing.
4 2.4 Stranger Danger We need to Empower children to recognize and react effectively to potentially dangerous situations.
5 2.5 Daily Life Precautions and Care It isn't easy to listen to our instincts, and we don't always get it right. It happens in parenting, and in life. So develop the faith in your parenting.
3 Module 3 Fostering Values and Developing a Positive Mind-set Parents are the mirrors through which children get the first look of themselves. It is henceforth highly important for parents that they nurture the self esteem and character building of their child.
  Number of session  (5)
S.No. Session Name Session Description
1 3.1 The Importance of Quality time Spent with Children Parents are the main source of a child's sense of self-worth. Help your child develop the Self – esteem.
2 3.2 Stories, Games and Role Play for Building Character Parents play a major role in the character development of each child. They like to do what their parents do, and they behave like the parents.
3 3.3 At what stage should you introduce technology to Children In this day and age, children will be exposed to technology one way or another. Know how to expose your children to this technology.
4 3.4 Developing Curiosity and a Questiioning Mind Children learn so much more through acivities that capture their attention and imaginations. Stimulate Yourself And Your Children.
5 3.5 Instailling Love of Leaning and a Disposition towards Kindness Children are, by nature, a selfish, sinful bunch, much like the rest of humanity. They need training; they need parenting.
4 Module 4 Pre-school Learnings Parents are the mirrors through which children get the first look of themselves. It is henceforth highly important for parents that they nurture the self esteem and character building of their child.
  Number of session  (5)
S.No. Session Name Session Description
1 4.1 Pre School - Introduction Preschool education (or infant education) is the provision of learning for children before the commencement of statutory and obligatory education, usually between the ages of zero and three or five, depending on the jurisdiction.
2 4.2 How to choose a good Pre School Think about choosing a preschool the same way you would think about finding a new job or a new pediatrician for your child. In either situation you would expect to invest lots of time and energy in making the right decision.
3 4.3 A smooth Transit Know if your child is ready for Pre School. Learn to help yourself and your child to adapt to this new way to life – schooling.
4 4.4 Fostering good Parent Teacher Relationships Parents and the Teachers are the partners in the upbringing of the child. Both need to develop and foster good relationship to benefit our young stakeholder.
5 4.5 The Road Ahead - A Preview to the Growing Child A parent's relationship with his or her child will be reflected in the child's actions -- including child behavior problems. If you have a good relationship with them, you tend to trust them more, listen to their opinions, and agree with them.