BE­HAV­IOR OF A CHILD

Sun.Star Pampanga - - PERSPECTIVE! -

EMELIZA R. SOTTO

Research shows that the be­hav­ior of par­ents ac­counts for a child early devel­op­ment. Par­ents are pri­mar­ily re­spon­si­ble for their chil­dren’s performance and be­hav­ior in school.

Par­ents should dis­play positive at­ti­tude to en­hance the knowl­edge, skills and abil­i­ties of their kids. They have to de­velop and main­tain a good fam­ily re­la­tion­ship. This will only hap­pen if there is bet­ter com­mu­ni­ca­tion be­tween the mem­bers, who love, trust and re­spect each other.

Teach­ers have their role too. These ed­u­ca­tors af­fect the lives of young chil­dren. Dis­ci­pline is also im­por­tant in the teach­ing- learning process. This will help the learn­ers re­al­ize that they are im­por­tant if they are given at­ten­tion, love and care. It also helps the teacher to man­age the class in an or­derly and smooth man­ner. Teacher must es­tab­lish har­mo­nious re­la­tion­ship with her pupils.

The peo­ple in the com­mu­nity have a ma­jor role in en­hanc­ing the to­tal­ity of the in­di­vid­ual. Let these youth feel that they are part of our so­ci­ety and their con­tri­bu­tions have a great im­pact in our nation. In do­ing so, it will help them to im­prove their be­hav­ior and be­come a bet­ter cit­i­zen. In­deed,” it takes a vil­lage to ed­u­cate a child”.African Proverb.

The au­thor is Prin­ci­pal — oOo— I of San Juan Ele­men­tary School

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