There are some roles of the parents also’ these are following:-
Home Tutor (For class KG to 2): In these early years of education, parents are fully involved with the homework process, helping the students understand and complete assignments and grading homework. There is also a need for parents to help students develop a plan for organizing their work and submitting all completed homework at time. Periodically, parents will be asked to teach a lesson at home, with a lesson plan or script provided by the classroom teacher.
Home Tutor (For class II to IV): In these grades, responsibilities are often divided between the classroom teacher and the private tutor/parent at home. Parents are completely engaged in the homework process while encouraging an increasing degree of independence in completing assignments. Parents are fully available to help drill facts and memory work, and to grade homework as required by the teacher.
Home Tutor (For class V to VII): Courses at this level are made successful because each student has a private tutor, the parent, at home, willing and ready to assist. Parents will receive instructions from the classroom teacher on a regular basis outlining homework assignments, follow-up study over covered material, and any preparation or review needed for the next class. As the private tutor, the parent is still asked to grade some homework assignments.
Home Tutor (For class VIII to X): Some courses at this level will begin to cover subject matter that may be unfamiliar to parents. At the same time, the student is still at a dependent age where disciplined study habits must be developed, not by parental force, but through positive encouragement and through the student’s growing awareness of personal consequences. In order for these classes to be successful, the teacher depends on the parents to make certain that their student keeps up with the course material assigned and, if difficulties arise, to communicate with the teacher. In some cases, home tutoring may be necessary.
Home Tutor (For class XI to XII): In the latter years of higher secondary school, the parents have the opportunity to monitor the independent school work performed by their children while still being available to provide additional guidance as needed. Courses offered by “Omega Home Tutors” at this level are necessary for success and get good marks in the exam.
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Some courses will involve equipment or expertise which necessitate that teaching be done in the classroom and leaves little for the parents to teach at home. This role, therefore, will require the least amount of time by the parent but its importance cannot be understated. The primary responsibility of the parents is to track the progress of their son or daughter and to monitor how well they are doing. Are they becoming discouraged, or are they enjoying the class? What activities are being done each day? What is the student learning? In short, parents need to show an interest and express this to their children. If problems should develop, then the parent should notify the teacher immediately.
Parent involvement is needed, but not on a regular basis. This role is, in many respects, similar to that of the “course monitor”, but rather than being constant throughout the semester, the parent may need to fill this role one or more times during the term in support of a particular project. For example, a student in a drama course may need additional help with costuming, memorizing lines, or set construction.
The role of the parent coach is to provide individual practice and instruction to their son or daughter at home. The head coach will organize the sport, direct team practices, and communicate to the parent-coaches information and directions concerning home practice on individual skills. This role is used primarily with student athletes in grades 1-8 and sometimes with student athletes in grades 9-10.
This role describes the relationship between the parent and the older student athlete. In a competitive athletic program, conditioning training and work on individual skills may go beyond the expertise of some parents. Instead, parents are expected to actively support their children through regular attendance at games and even at practices, and to show their support by participating in the athletic booster club, which plays a vital role in the success of an athletic program. At a time when older students are beginning to increase their time away from home as they move gradually toward independence, secondary school athletics offers parents a regular venue through which they can remain actively involved in their student’s life and interests