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Parents teachers association (PTA)

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Parents teachers association (PTA)

  1. 1. Parents Teachers Association (PTA) Role in students learning
  2. 2. Introduction Over time, some students come to a conclusion that they are "just not good in learning." Factors that discourage students from learning can be related to school environment but they can also have their origins in students’ homes. Anxiety about learning can be due to students’ bad experience from previous school years, to lack of teachers’ consideration for students’ various learning styles, as well as to certain situations connected with students’ family lives. Very often children watch their parents struggling with unpaid bills, unforeseen debts and money problems. As a result, young people start to associate learning with pain and frustration and don’t even try to learn it. Many of them remain convinced that learning is something unpleasant and should be avoided throughout their whole lives. In their adult lives they miss professional and personal opportunities because they perform poorly in learning.
  3. 3. Problems occured Issues regarding students poor performance in learning Mathematics, Science and English language. Lack of motivation Lack leadership skills Lack of support at home Classroom environment
  4. 4. 1. Lack of motivation 1. The modern entertainment media provides too many distractions. Entertainment takes on a higher priority than does education 2. Physical problem, such as vision or hearing problems and give up 3. Students have not developed their ability to think and can’t discover motivation on their own 4. Parents and other family adults are not involved enough to instill the basis of self-motivation. 5. They don’t see school as providing any benefit to them. Cause and effect
  5. 5. 1. Lack of motivation 1. Provide a good study environment. 2. Helping the child set achievable goals. 3. understand our child's ability of learning and set reasonable expectations. 4. Teach the children the importance of learning. 5. Encourage instilling a never-die-attitude in the child. 6. Praise and say that you are proud. Solutions
  6. 6. 2. Lack leadership skills It may sound cliché, but it is crucial to possess this ‘a must’ element in every student. The high motivated enthusiastic groups go for every kind of event to get exposure. Good students always be in their own group and left the weak students behind. If a teacher mixes up the students in a group we always see that the good students will always be the leader or the group presenter and the weak ones never want to try their best. They feel scared when teachers point them to answer question. Cause and effect
  7. 7. 2. Lack leadership skills 1. Develop a range of interpersonal skills that will become the foundations of their personality in later life. 2. "Normalizing" shyness should be pretty easy. 3. Compare shy children to other shy children who have grown up to be successful adults. 4. Match the level of social interaction of a task with the tolerance level of each child. Solutions
  8. 8. 3. Lack of support at home The home environment shapes the initial attitudes that children hold toward learning. In a home where curiosity, questions, and exploration are encouraged, children are given the message that education is worthwhile and personally satisfying. These children are more likely to take the risks that are inherent in academically challenging pursuits. On the other hand, in a home where learning is not encouraged, children are given the message that education is of little value and that they lack the competency and ability to learn. Cause and effect
  9. 9. 3. Lack of support at home 1. Find out how our child is doing. 2. Apply for special services if we think our child may need it. 3. Make sure that our child gets homework done. 4. Help our child with homework by setting aside a special place to study 5. Help our child prepare for tests. 6. Learn what the school offers 7. Give full support to our children. 8. Love is the key Solutions
  10. 10. 4. Classroom environment Stress in the classroom environment affects children's likelihood of exhibiting learning problems (difficulties with attentiveness, task persistence, and flexibility), externalizing problems (frequency with which the child argues, fights, disturbs ongoing activities, and acts impulsively), problems interacting with peers (difficulties in forming friendships, dealing with other children, expressing feelings, and showing sensitivity, or internalizing problems (presence of anxiety, loneliness, low self-esteem, and sadness in the child). Cause and effect
  11. 11. 4. Classroom environment 1. Must teach our children to behave well in school . 2. Guide our children to become a good person. 3. Help the teachers in making the classroom clean and tidy by organizing a ‘gotong-royong’ activity during weekends . 4. Teachers could let parents know how they can reinforce classroom learning at home. Solutions
  12. 12. Conclusion Parents involvement to solve a particular problem such as poor attendance, poor performance in learning or students behaviour can also be beneficial. And parent involvement should be a support, not a substitute, for the true work of schools: good teaching and learning. Structuring the partnership between schools and parents is one of the best things school boards can do.

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