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Modern Parenting

Modern Parenting

Modern Parenting

In recent time terms such as Multiple Intelligence, Cognitive Learning, Parenting Style etc are being discussed in various educational and parenting circle.

It is said that being parent is not easy and one of the most challenging roles in the world.

Parenting doesn’t have to be drudgery and children can grow to be thinking, responsible adults. This article is compiled to help parents and kids establish a rewarding relationship built on love and trust. Parents realize the power struggles with their kids and are looking to put fun back into the parenting. They are putting love and logic into parenting. What ever be approach that a parent adopts a parenting style should factor in the Cognitive learning if their kids. Cognitive Learning is about understanding that the kids has Multiple Intelligence

Wouldn’t it be great if kids were calm, easy to deal with?
Wouldn’t it be great if parents were loving and understanding?
But anyone who has dealt with toddlers or teenagers, knows how hard it can be.

This article is a result of hearing first-hand about parents’ experiences on developing a deeper connection between the parenting style and their kids development.

The messages and learnings shared here are helpful for any parent who feels held back by feelings of inadequacy, stress and anxiety… there were some findings which resonated with me immediately, and I can’t believe they won’t also with a great number of mums and dads out there, who find themselves struggling a little bit.

Current times are challenging for all. Workplace pressure means that kids don’t have quality time with either one or both the parents. With the current times, now the work at home has further impacted the quality time.

Some of the Top Challenges parents have today are
• Parents struggling alone and feeling isolated in their fears and worries
• Discipline and Raising Children the right way
• parent who feels held back by feelings of inadequacy, stress, and anxiety
• One of the most imperative parenting challenges that many parents face today is a scarcity of time.
• Failure in imparting Moral Values

Parents are always reading up on various parenting styles and try different parenting hacks, all this with a single focus that is to make sure they raise a happy and successful child. And no matter what style they choose to use, it stills boils down to kind of relationship every parent has with their kids. The kids Cognitive Learning abilities.

Strong emotional bonding with parents helps promote a child’s overall development. It helps kids develop positive social behaviors. The positive impact of parents in their children’s day to day life helps ensure that their kids can perform better socially and academically. This can be attributed to the kids Multiple Intelligence.

I think we live in an age where we are afraid to say no to our children and afraid to be honest. Parenting takes courage. Just Knowing what you feel is best for your child’s safety, development, health, stability, etc is not enough. Also sticking to it despite other’s opinions or trying to always please your child or be their friend is challenging.

Children need to be told what they can or cannot do, do chores, along with lots of love and affection to be able to develop and grow up to be a stable adult.

It’s ok to say no even if all their friends have it or are doing it. Talk to them. Share with them your reasons and they are sure to understand. If not, then explain to them in a loving way and be honest. Do not give into temptation of giving them a false or over inflated sense of self. Many a times over we have been guilty of promising them with something if they do or don’t do. And we forget the promise after a while.

Just to see a smile and happiness of our kids we have been guilty of praising our kids knowing well that it not true. Love for our kids and not wanting to hurt them make us give them false praises.

When it comes to raising children, parents have various parenting style. While it may look different there is a lot of common practices that parents use. Diane Baumrind did a research in the 1960 and created a Parenting Framework which put all the styles and strategies into 4 different categories. The four Baumrind parenting styles have distinct names and characteristics:
• Authoritarian or Disciplinarian
• Permissive or Indulgent
• Uninvolved
• Authoritative
While most of her study is US Centric. It can be used as a reference to be used in other geographies.

Her research covers 4 distinct areas Discipline Style, Communication, Nurturing, and Expectations

Almost all studies and research are about how parents should raise their kids.
These studies do not factor in the Learning style of the children. Most of the teaching practices revolve around how the child behaves and performs. In other words, all the development is based on behavioral aspect of the kids.

Recently there is a new way of looking at making the child future ready. It is Cognitive Learning Abilities. Every child is born with a talent which we know as Natural Talent.

We often have heard that a child Is a gifted. Had a Natural Talent.

It is called Cognitive Abilities or Learning Style. One can find out the dominant style. It is scientific and results are validated and standardized. Each Child has innate abilities and talent.

Dr. Howard Gardner | Hobbs Research Professor of Cognition & Education Harvard Graduate School of Education first mooted this idea and his research led him to standardize the natural talent in everyone which he called as Multiple Intelligence. He stated that every one has 8 Natural Talent and that some of them are more dominant than others.

The 8 Multiple Intelligence are as follows
– Linguistic
– Logical
– Musical
– Visual
– Kinesthetic
– Interpersonal
– Intrapersonal
– Naturalist

His research is increasingly being used by modern educators in planning and designing learning curriculum so that each child is taught as per their dominant talent.

A cognitive style refers to the way each one of us are hard-wired biologically to respond to different kinds of environmental stimuli. It is a Learning style that makes the students to use their brains more effectively.

Cognitive learning style describes an individual’s habits of processing environmental stimuli (information). Cognitive learning style simply indicates the tendencies of certain behaviors that occur during thinking and learning.

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Theory of Multiple Intelligence

Theory of Multiple Intelligence

At the point when you hear the word insight, the idea of IQ testing may promptly ring a bell. Insight is regularly characterized as our scholarly potential; something we are brought into the world with, something that can be estimated, and a limit that is hard to change.

Lately, be that as it may, different perspectives on insight have risen. One such origination is the hypothesis of various insights proposed by Harvard therapist Howard Gardner. The Theory of Multiple Intelligence.

Theory of Multiple Intelligences
This theory recommends that customary psychometric perspectives on knowledge are excessively restricted. Gardner first laid out his hypothesis in quite a while 1983 book Frames of Mind: The Theory of Multiple Intelligences, where he proposed that all individuals have various types of “insights.”

Gardner recommended that there are eight insights and has proposed the conceivable expansion of a ninth known as “existentialist intelligence.”

So as to catch the full scope of capacities and gifts that individuals have, Gardner guesses that individuals don’t have recently a scholarly limit, however, have numerous sorts of knowledge, including melodic, relational, spatial-visual, and semantic insights.

While an individual may be especially solid in a particular territory, for example, melodic knowledge, the person undoubtedly has a scope of capacities. For instance, an individual may be solid in verbal, melodic, and naturalistic insight.

Next up we will write up all the intelligence. Stay Tuned.

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Intelligence is Under Rated

Intelligence is Under Rated

You’re probably familiar with Dr. Howard Gardner’s Multiple Intelligence Theory, but have you thought about teaching your students about these concepts and the many ways they are smart?

Multiple Intelligence Theory suggests that IQ is not one-dimensional and can’t be described by a single number. Dr. Gardner proposed that there are at least eight different types of intelligence, each one with a corresponding area in the brain. He used terms like “mathematical-logical,” “bodily-kinesthetic,” and “visual-spatial” to describe these intelligences, but many educators have adopted the more kid-friendly terms shown above. Kids students really enjoyed learning about the “eight kinds of smart,” and this knowledge helped everyone appreciate each other’s strengths, especially when working in cooperative learning teams.

Most Multiple Intelligence Surveys were long and difficult to read, especially for elementary students.
Those lessons are now available in Teaching Multiple Intelligence Theory: Step-by-Step Lessons for the Intermediate Grades , a guide for teachers that includes engaging, cooperative learning activities to help your students learn about all the ways they are smart.

This kid-friendly Multiple Intelligences survey is an excellent back-to-school tool, but it’s effective any time of the year.