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Lesson Posted on 13/08/2018 Learn Parenting

Leadership Quotient

Nagarjuna Singh

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Everybody is a leader if we are master of our quotients. We know only more about Intelligent Quotient, and most of us focus only on that from school days. Nobody guides us all other quotients like Emotional Quotient (EQ), Health Quotient (HQ), Relationship Quotients (RQ) and Spiritual Quotient (SQ).... read more

Everybody is a leader if we are master of our quotients. We know only more about Intelligent Quotient, and most of us focus only on that from school days. Nobody guides us all other quotients like Emotional Quotient (EQ), Health Quotient (HQ), Relationship Quotients (RQ) and Spiritual Quotient (SQ). I strongly believe that if we add IQ+EQ+HQ+RQ+SQ = LEADERSHIP QUOTIENT.

Along with IQ from childhood our parents, teachers or mentors guide us we can lead our life so well.

We have only one life. We should live this life happily and peacefully. That comes only when we are aware of Leadership Quotient. Whether we lead a team in sports/ office / politics or not but we have to lead our family and life, and for that sake, we should come to know about Leadership Quotient.

Apart from that, we should understand about ourselves first. We should know our temperament well. There is a saying 'KNOW THYSELF'. Who we are. We are made of five elements and out of five one element dominates, and that's our nature. If we leave 5th element SPACE and the remaining four elements like fire/earth/water or air dominates us. These four are called FOUR TEMPERMENTS (you can browse in google). One should know their temperament, so that they can understand them very well and lead a happy and peaceful life.

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Lesson Posted on 23/12/2017 Learn Parenting

Good Parenting

Shyam Sundar Panda

I can teach Math, Science and SST very easily and make it stronger for the students to achieve 95 percent. I...

Good Parenting Skills: Every parent dreams of being the best parent. There are certain elements that make a parent skilled parents. Availability, Appreciation, Affection and Acceptance are the four pillars of parenting, as per the common understandings. Adapting all these characters into your parenting... read more

Good Parenting Skills:

Every parent dreams of being the best parent. There are certain elements that make a parent skilled parents. Availability, Appreciation, Affection and Acceptance are the four pillars of parenting, as per the common understandings. Adapting all these characters into your parenting may help you to be skilled parents who are accepted as good parents.

  1. Availability is the most important aspect that makes you a good parent. Being available for the kids is most important in parenting as the presence of parent means great for the children. Presence of parents makes kids confident and smarter. Let them feel the warmth of affection of parents by feeling the presence always. Make yourself available for them especially when they need you. Children learn to live by observing the parents. Parents are their teachers, role models and precisely, their world.

  2. Appreciation ranks next in the array of parenting skills. Every parent should learn to practice the art of appreciating the children whenever he/she finds a chance to do so. Appreciation is the most effective boosting agent for kids, especially from parents. When you appreciate the good deeds and keep blind on minor mistakes, it is self learning experience for kids to realize what is good and what is to be avoided.

  3. Affection is considered as an essential skill when parenting skills are concerned. Children love to be loved. Affection unexpressed is a waste. There are ways of letting your child know that you love him/her.

  4. Accepting children as they are is another skill that every parent should possess. Every child differs in character, skills and physical abilities. You may not get a child as you dreamt of. Accepting your child as he/she is the best way of understanding them and defining your ways to be god parent.

Good Parenting Skills to start today:

  • Encourage your child to talk with you. He/she is full of new experiences to share and stories to tell.

  • Inculcate in your child the reading habit. Encourage him/her to read books.

  • Television can be fun and help your child learn. Television viewing should be planned regularly around programs cast for children. Whenever possible watch television along your child and talk about what you have seen.

  • Following set proper schedules for home study, recreation, meal times etc. establishes consistency.

  • Encouraging making a time table for home study, recreation etc. that prepare things for school the next day develops organization.

  • Make your child responsible for a few household chores like keeping things in order, cleaning the table etc.

Conclusively parenting is a social behavior, and the most significant social interaction we can have is with our child. Be involved with their life, know their friends and talk to them on daily basis. Doing this in a positive way makes the child understand that you truly care about them. Although teenagers, in particular may dislike your interference, but do not stop. Always tell them that love them and that your interest in everything they do is your parental responsibility. By developing the above important parenting skills, you can adapt your unique parenting approach to every child.

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Lesson Posted on 03/10/2017 Learn Parenting

Let's make Parenting interesting and stress free

Mithra Maran

Good at English, managing kids and engaging them in studies in their own lovely method.

Hi Parents, We all feel that parenting is the biggest task in current scenario. How to simplify: 1. Relax yourself 2.Expect only the possible things from kids 3.Comparing your parenting with others will not work out. As we all know each human being is unique even if it's a kid 4.Treat kids as kids... read more

Hi Parents,

We all feel that parenting is the biggest task in current scenario.

How to simplify:

1. Relax yourself

2.Expect only the possible things from kids

3.Comparing your parenting with others will not work out. As we all know each human being is unique even if it's a kid

4.Treat kids as kids only

5. Give them time to learn in their own pace.

To be continued next week.

Happy Parenting!!!

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Lesson Posted on 05/08/2017 Learn Parenting +1 Special Education (Autism)

Prompting: An Useful Tool To Teach Children With Autism

Mausumi Dutta

She is currently associated with Progressive Bud clinic which helps children with special needs. She...

Prompting is a very important technique used in teaching a child with autism. It is basically the assistance given to the child to learn some skills or to reach some educational goal. There are many different types of prompts like verbal prompts, textual prompts, picture prompts, physical and gesture... read more

Prompting is a very important technique used in teaching a child with autism. It is basically the assistance given to the child to learn some skills or to reach some educational goal.

There are many different types of prompts like verbal prompts, textual prompts, picture prompts, physical and gesture prompt etc.

At first, therapist should examine the kid properly and then determine which prompt will be useful for the child’s effective learning.

Prompting should be systematically faded and gradually led the child to complete the work independently. It should start from least restrictive form to most restrictive form.

Verbal prompt which is also known as phonemic prompt where teacher help the child by saying just first phoneme or the sound to extract the exact answer from the child. Again, textual prompt are like written words or instructions that are given to the child to complete the task. Physical prompt is where the therapist provide physical contact to the child to accomplish the goal.

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Lesson Posted on 04/05/2017 Learn Parenting +9 Addressing Special Needs in the Classroom Special Education (Cerebral Palsy) Special Education (Autism) Special Education (Learning Disabilities) Special Education (Slow Learners) B Ed Tuition Life Skills Project Learner and Learning Etiquette Training for Children

Importance of finding your child's potential

Divyanksha Gaind

Gold Medalist in Masters in Clinical Psychology, she has been trained in DIR Floortime Therapy ( Play...

As a Child Psychologist I have been very fortunate to have understood that no matter what special needs children have, they all have great potential. Every child is capable, talented and has the potential to blossom. My work is as a specialist of child development, is more around families than the child.... read more

As a Child Psychologist I have been very fortunate to have understood that no matter what special needs children have, they all have great potential. Every child is capable, talented and has the potential to blossom.

My work is as a specialist of child development, is more around families than the child. Its important to make the parents and families realise how blessed they are to have a child. Often I find parents confused as to what is the best way forward for their child. In this modern day its very vital for parents of both typical children and special children to take counselling from experts to deal with their child. So many times parents unintentionally create more harm than good to the child. 

Do you know your child's real potential? Is math, science ans excelling in other subjects enough for there overall development?

Unfortunately for a common parent its enough. And they stop there even without discovering their child's true potential.

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Lesson Posted on 15/04/2017 Learn Parenting +4 IELTS Coaching Soft Skills Training Personality Development Training Class IX-X Tuition

Cramming for the exams? Would you like a few extra IQ points?

Dara

Go ahead, burn the midnight oil, cram it all on the last day. Sleep can wait until the next day or probably the next week. There's just one hitch. You lose 1 IQ point for every hour of lost sleep. What's more, you will be more prone to making mistakes after staying up the whole night. Cognitive tasks... read more

Go ahead, burn the midnight oil, cram it all on the last day. Sleep can wait until the next day or probably the next week.

There's just one hitch. You lose 1 IQ point for every hour of lost sleep.

What's more, you will be more prone to making mistakes after staying up the whole night.

Cognitive tasks that usually took a few minutes seem to take a lot longer because you find it difficult to concentrate. 

Lack of sleep comes with a bonus - Irritability.

Extensive research shows that most accidents occur when people skimped on sleep.

Fortunately the lost IQ resulting from sacrificing sleep is also reversible if you make good on your sleep

So, would you like a few extra IQ points?

 

 

 

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 02/03/2017 Learn Parenting +1 Personality Development Training

Intelligent kids and anxious parents

Dara

Did you know that praising children for their intelligence harms them? You may be jeopardizing their future if you praise children for their intelligence! Isn't that shocking? Counter-intuitive? Other skills can be affected too. Adults are no exception to this! Don't take my word for it, Check it... read more

Did you know that praising children for their intelligence harms them? 

You may be jeopardizing their future if you praise children for their intelligence!

Isn't that shocking? Counter-intuitive?

Other skills can be affected too. Adults are no exception to this!

Don't take my word for it, Check it out anxious parents, cuz it applies to you too!

Researchers from Stanford University, USA conducted studies and experiments which showed that praising a child for his or her intelligence or skills could do lasting damage to the child's future

We all knew indiscriminate criticism could shatter self esteem 

but whoever thought heaping praise could be fatal??

Most of you might be running around with destructive beliefs. The good news is that they can be corrected

 

 

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Lesson Posted on 08/09/2016 Learn Parenting

Happy Parenting

T Sen

Ex- Headmistress in a CBSE school, a facilitator and educator with excellent communication skills in...

The Puja break in Kolkata means fun and frolic, parents who have planned a trip can encourage their ward to collect articles specific to the place, click photos of the local people at work, the food apart from clicking selfies or groupie. This is a training in resource collection for school projects. read more

The Puja break in Kolkata means fun and frolic, parents who have planned a trip can encourage their ward to collect articles specific to the place, click photos of the local people at work, the food apart from clicking selfies or groupie. This is a training in resource collection for school projects.

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Answered on 09/12/2015 Learn Parenting

Srilatha R

IELTS and English Trainer

Hello Pooja, as Deeksha hinted, age of your child needs to be taken into consideration before moving forward. Generally, it is a good idea to interact with the child and find why s/he doesn't want to eat and what they would like to eat rather than forcing them to eat what you want them to. You can interact... read more
Hello Pooja, as Deeksha hinted, age of your child needs to be taken into consideration before moving forward. Generally, it is a good idea to interact with the child and find why s/he doesn't want to eat and what they would like to eat rather than forcing them to eat what you want them to. You can interact even with small children. Start with what they like and then try increasing the mix. read less
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