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Indoindians raising successful kids

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Indoindians with Shareen Ratnani present an interactive workshop designed for parents. The focus is on parenting secrets: How to Raise a Successful Child, to help parents gain insights to research based parenting that help nurture the 12 characteristics of successful children.

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Indoindians raising successful kids

  1. 1. ALLPPT.com _ Free PowerPoint Templates, Diagrams and Charts Facilitated By Shareen Ratnani March 2018
  2. 2. Self monitoring Self correcting Self managing Self esteem Self efficacy Mama Comes Managing Everyone Everyday
  3. 3. WHAT SHOULD PARENTS DO TO RAISE SUCCESSFUL CHILDREN ?
  4. 4. LET THEM PURSUE THEIR PASSION “You’ve got to find what you love,” Apple cofounder Steve Job s said during his 2005 commencement address to the graduates of Stanford University. “The only way to do great work is to love what you do.
  5. 5. Lessons from famous college dropouts A college degree can be an important gateway to employment, a career and a better standard of living. But a college degree does not equate to someone's level of intelligence or talent.
  6. 6. Behind the success story…....
  7. 7. Steve Jobs, co-founder of Apple, dropped out of Reed College in Portland, Oregon.
  8. 8. Bill Gates ,founder, billionaire and philanthropist, would have graduated from Harvard in 1977 but he dropped out after two years and embarked on a journey that would change the way the world uses computers
  9. 9. Learning without school is somewhat of a theme among entrepreneurs.
  10. 10. 1. SOCIAL SKILLS FOR SUCCESS •  Verbal communication •  Non verbal communication •  Etiquette •  Negotiation •  Respect •  Friendship •  Compromise
  11. 11. 2. EMOTIONAL CONTAGION
  12. 12. EMOTIONAL CONTAGION The ugly consequences : Ø  Gloominess, exhaustion and frustration that become like secondary smoke Catching the "happy" bug from those around you is a contagion ü  Be around positive people: stay energized,motivated,inspired ü  Helps you work more effectively q Children raised by depressed parents are significantly more li kely to be diagnosed with depression q One family members’ anxiety and fear, can bring about the sa me in every member
  13. 13. 3. HIGH EXPECTATIONS SET HIGH GOALS AND MOTIVATE KIDS TO ACHIEVE THEM
  14. 14. PYGMALION EFFECT WHAT YOU EXPECT FROM YOUR CHILD BECOMES A SELF-FULFILLING PROPHESY
  15. 15. 4. THE ‘X’ BIT : PRACTICE MAKES PERFECT
  16. 16. BEING ENROLLED IN A GYM DOES NOT MAKE YOU LOSE WEIGHT
  17. 17. 5. GRIT: The powerful, success-driving personality •  Maintain interest in long term goals •  Teach children to imagine and commit to a future they want to create
  18. 18. WHAT SHOULD I PRAISE? instead of praising your kid for his grades or for being “smart,” praise him for being tenacious and determined.
  19. 19. PRAISE EFFORT OVER ACHIEVEMENT YOU ARE SO SMART
  20. 20. 6. GROWTH MINDSET A person with a fixed mindset might say, "Einstein was brilliant." A person with a growth mindset might observe th at Einstein solved some incredibly difficult problems.
  21. 21. 7.POSITIVE RELATIONSHIPS •  Early Parental Behaviour Predicts A Child’s Academic and •  Social Skills 3 Decades Later •  A study found that children who received "sensitive caregiving" in their first three years did better in academic tests in childhood, had healthier relationships and greater academic attainment in their 30s.
  22. 22. Dolphin Parenting “Cultivating positive brains makes us more motivated, efficient, resilient, creative and productive, which drives performance,”
  23. 23. TIPS Create a positive environment for your kids by modeling optimism. Remember that the len s through which you see the world shapes your reality—and the reality for your kids. Teach your kids to openly express gratitude for three things a day—at the dinner table or b efore they go to bed each night. Encourage your kids to come up with new things each day. “It gets their brains to operate from a positive place, think about their strengths and cultivate optimism.” Encourage your kids to connect and create deep social support with their friends. Change how your kids view stress. Help them see stress as a challenge and not a threat. . Focus on the positive by reminding kids of past accomplishments to fuel future accomplis hments Have your child write a positive note to someone in their life. Have fun and smile.
  24. 24. SOCIAL INTERACTIONS BEYOND HOME CONNECTEDNESS
  25. 25. 8. DEVELOP EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE
  26. 26. 9.EFFECTIVE PRAISE Praise your child explicitly for how capable they are of learning rather than telling them how smart they are."
  27. 27. 10. DON’T BE A HELICOPTER PARENT Parents need to step back and allow children : Exploration Innovation Optimism Risk-taking Serving Others
  28. 28. Doing too much for your child = DISASTER Remember: one day your child may need to cope without you.
  29. 29. Four ways you can avoid becoming a Helicopter Parent: 1. Teach your kids how to take personal responsibility for their choices. 2. Let them experience the consequences of their choices. 3. Help them understand that failure can be one of their greatest teachers. 4. Let them know that they have what it takes to make their own decisions.
  30. 30. ''More and more students are reaching university not knowing how to do things for themselves. Parents think they are helping young people by doing things for them but they are actually making them less independent,'' Professor Twenge
  31. 31. 11. LETS MOVE IT "In order for children to learn, they need to be able to pay attention. In order for them to pay attention, we need to let them move."
  32. 32. Finnish schools incorporate regular movement into the school day. Most Finnish schools provide 15 minutes of recess for every 45 minutes of instruction. Researchers say this accounts for part of their ongoing academic successes.
  33. 33. 12. LIFE EVERYDAY: ASSIGN CHORES "If kids aren't doing the dishes, it means someone else is doing that for them,"
  34. 34. MAKE THE KIDS DO SMALL CHORES "By making them do chores — taking out the garbage, doing their own laundry — they realize I have to do the work of life in order to be part of life,”- Haims (based on the Harvard Grant Study)
  35. 35. CHILDREN GROW WITH THE RIGHT NOURISHMENT 1.  RELATIONSHIPS – PARENTS AND EDUCATORS 2.  HEALTHY ENVIRONMENTS- HOME , SCHOOL
  36. 36. shareen@kiddieplanet.sch.id +62811955550 Passionate Educator / Parent / Montessori Trainer / Parent Coach / Public Speaker / Workshop Presenter Shareen Ratnani

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