Published on January 14, 2009
Thirteen Standards for Reaching Parental Proficiency
If you wish to use this presentation for educational and non-profit purposes, please contact Dr. Lourdes at: firstname.lastname@example.org The purpose of this presentation is to provide immigrant parents the opportunity to discuss some of the standards that parents must meet in order to reach parental proficiency.
Provide for their children’s physical, emotional and social needs
Overcome immigrant-related challenges
Don’t let themselves fall into a “role reversal” situation
Assume an “I can” attitude – victorious vs. victim
Know that a quality education leads to a “quality life”
Know the role they need to play in their children’s education
Have high academic expectation for their children
Know that academic proficiency is the result of commitment, focus, feedback and strategy formulation
See “failure” as a source of information on how to get better
Establish a positive and productive connection with their children’s teachers
Make reading a “life style”
Make homework part of the daily routine and not a “battle field”
Build a strong character in their children’s life
Dr. Lourdes Ferrer Hispanic Academic Achievement and Parental Involvement Specialist www.drlourdes.net [email_address]
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