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Explain how attitudes can be barriers to engaging parents in their children s early learning
Weegy: Harder to engage? relates to parents? overall attitudes to their children s education, rather than their values and perception of their role as a parent. [ [ This target audience of parents prioritise their children s wellbeing and happiness over academic achievement and worry about being able to support them emotionally, impart basic life skills and provide for them financially. However, they lack confidence in the area of education, which can be attributed to their own experiences of school as a child, attitudes to school and authority figures. They also tend to work long hours and struggle with time and resources. Interestingly, gender plays a role in determining these parents? attitudes when supporting their children in learning, e.g. Mums tend to be the gatekeeper for schools and the main decision-maker for childcare and raising issues versus dads who tend to take on a secondary role and step in when issues become serious and Mum needs some extra support. This research reveals that in order to effectively engage with these parents, it is important to affirm what they already do as parents and build on this. This approach may be more likely to empower them, by helping them to realise they are more knowledgeable and equipped than they perceive. This research identifies key needs for each segment sample, the non resident parents and Grandparents. These are set out clearly and referred to in the different chapters referring to three different policy areas. They have been established to help guide future policies for this target audience. ] ] (More)
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Explain how attitudes can be barriers to engaging parents in their children s early learning
Weegy: Harder to engage? relates to parents? overall attitudes to their children s education, rather than their values and perception of their role as a parent. [ [ This target audience of parents prioritise their children s wellbeing and happiness over academic achievement and worry about being able to support them emotionally, impart basic life skills and provide for them financially. However, they lack confidence in the area of education, which can be attributed to their own experiences of school as a child, attitudes to school and authority figures. They also tend to work long hours and struggle with time and resources. Interestingly, gender plays a role in determining these parents? attitudes when supporting their children in learning, e.g. Mums tend to be the gatekeeper for schools and the main decision-maker for childcare and raising issues versus dads who tend to take on a secondary role and step in when issues become serious and Mum needs some extra support. This research reveals that in order to effectively engage with these parents, it is important to affirm what they already do as parents and build on this. This approach may be more likely to empower them, by helping them to realise they are more knowledgeable and equipped than they perceive. This research identifies key needs for each segment sample, the non resident parents and Grandparents. These are set out clearly and referred to in the different chapters referring to three different policy areas. They have been established to help guide future policies for this target audience. ] ] (More)
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Explain and demonstrate a range of strategies to help overcome barriers to parental involvement in their child s early learning
Weegy: first of all i pointed out what the barriers might be i.e the parent working long hours, the parent being just shy, a parent with a language barrier, a family new to the area etc. then i took how you might overcome these i.e. [ [ by encouraging parents to become involved in the likes of free exercise classes run in the area, to try and become familiar with other parents, by having non formal coffee afternoons where parents are free to call in for a chat with ourselves or even just each other, barriers can also be overcome by things like arranging parent interviews etc at a time that suits around the parents working hours, or by again producing newsletters in different languages etc. also by ensuring parents are informed all the time about any relevant events etc and encouraging them at all time to come to events. Some parents are just naturally not up to being involved in their childs learning and see that as the role of the setting so anything that can be done to encourage involvment is a positive step. ] ] (More)
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1 Explain culturally sensitive ways of working with parents to help them provide appropriate support for their children s early learning
Weegy: A commitment to work cooperatively with parents should be a critical feature of a quality setting and impact on every aspect of practice. Practitioners build up expertise in how young children learn and how each child operates within their setting. [ It is the parent who knows their child best, and unless there is a sharing of information between practitioners and parents, a child's learning needs will be neither fully understood nor, ultimately, met. Sharing information about the child opportunities for talking to parents about their child's learning may happen informally, and spontaneous exchanges can generate useful information. ] (More)
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