Parents Training

When families are involved in their children’s early childhood education, children may experience greater success once they enter elementary school (Miedel & Reynolds, 1999). We define educational involvement of families as activities that parents conduct at home and in early childhood settings to directly or indirectly support their children’s learning. These activities can be conducted individually or through parent peer networks. This research brief presents preliminary evidence that family involvement in young children’s education may contribute not only to a smooth transition to elementary school for children, but also for parents, by helping to prepare them for later involvement in their children’s learning.

How Do Early Childhood Programs Shape Parent Involvement in Preschool/Kindergarten?

Some children may stay home with their parents/caregivers, and they don’t attend in academic entre. COD Educational System provides training programs for parents (caregivers) who involve in child’s daily routines.COD Education system will give adults a good knowledge and experience about child development, and helps them to provide their own curricular based on their philosophies. For more information, please contact COD Educational System.