Cumbria Local Safeguarding Children Board (LSCB)
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Responsive parenting, according to many descriptive studies and fewer experimental studies, is an important process for supporting young children’s learning. There is now support for a causal role of responsive parenting, as greater gains in the parental behaviours associated with a responsive style were responsible for the effect of several parenting interventions on greater gains in young children’s learning.6,22,24 Also, recent evidence for normally developing children showing links between early high levels of responsive parenting and increased volume in brain regions responsible for regulation of stress suggests the critical importance of this parent practice in early development.15
Supporting the parent-child relationships of children in foster care
Despite the central role for responsive parenting in different research frameworks, much of what we know about this parenting style comes from descriptive studies. This means that we can only infer the importance of responsive parenting. To assume a causal influence of responsive parenting on child outcomes would require data from experimental studies with random assignment. A strong body of experimental studies that demonstrate how greater degrees of responsive parenting promote higher levels of learning could provide a clearer understanding of the mechanism by which responsive behaviours promote a child’s learning. Fortunately, there is growing evidence from interventions targeting the facilitation of responsive parent practices that show positive results and some evidence that when responsive behaviours are increased children showed at least short-term increases in cognitive, social, and emotional skills.16,17 However, many questions still need to be addressed including whether there is specificity between particular responsive behaviours and the support they provide for certain areas of child development as well as whether there are sensitive periods of early development when particular types of responsive behaviours are most helpful.
Being a role model for your child
If the child has been deprived of religious education and training by careless and neglectful parents, he will not discharge the rights that he has to towards his parents.
A Desirable Parental Role Joy Klepfer
By imparting Deeni knowledge to the children, parents' positions will be exalted in the eyes of Allah, and their status will be raised in society, Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: "The best gift which a father can give to his children is that of their good education and manners." In another Hadith it is mentioned that Rasulullah (Sallallahu alayhi wasallam) said: "He who guides to good deeds is like the doer thereof and he who leads to bad deeds is like the doer thereof."If parents bring up their children Islamically, it will be regarded as Sadaqa-e-Jariya.