Do you have trouble finding the time to spend with your kids? Do you want to experience the satisfaction of supplementing your kids' education? Do you want your kids to be prepared for grades K-20? If you said "yes" to any of the questions above, it would be critical for you to be a part of the demonstrations and lectures that this course will provide.
Welcome to 'Getting Parents and their Kids on the Same Page'.
So, what is this course all about?
Through animation and presentation software, this course will concentrate on methods for developing needed tools for kids' study through demonstrations. Children everywhere need sound training in the reading, writing, and arithmetic areas, but the training needs to be given in creative and interesting ways so that the children will want to learn. Some people may think that it is impossible to plan innovative programs with a small amount of money, but there are vast resources available from existing materials at little or no expense. Although most parents have talked to, traveled with, and tinkered around their young kids, they have not stopped to formalize these three T's into a teaching method. This method is needed because children spend such a large proportion of their time in the home or around parents. Here the formalized Three T's method becomes an informal way to enhance any formal educational system.
What makes this course unique? The course will help guide busy parents in creating a supplemental home-based educational program to build-up their kids' key cognitive strategies and higher-order thinking. In developing this program, parents will be shown how their every-day interaction with their kids can help prepare them for real-world experiences in life and higher education through the following that will be defined more in this course:
Looking forward to working with you in this course by getting you and your kids on the same page.
Lecture Notes are available from Amazon under the title, Getting Parents and their Kids on the Same Page
This promotional lecture will show how parents will get themselves on the same page with their kids.
Notice to encourage and increase bonding between parents and children.
Since most parents today are busy at their job and have little time to spend with their families, a supplemental information literacy program has to be developed for the busy parent. In developing this program, parents should be reminded how they interact with their children.
In developing this program, parents should be reminded how they interact with their children. Although most parents have talked to, traveled with, and tinkered around their young kids, they have not stopped to formalize these three T's into a teaching method.
Professor Weldon has concentrated on information literacy methods for her clients and students for over 20 years.
Learn how to get your children on the same page as you are shown through an animated-avatar-teaching-assistant that may also entertain your children as you go through your lessons.
Follow Milisho and Gabriel Rivers to see how they get on the same page with their great-granddaughter, Kara and her dog, Lady Kathleeen.
Sources for the course at the beginning of understanding the Three T's.
Asking is a natural way for children to find out what to do and how to do it. Find out how a busy parent is part of this process.
This lecture shows how to answer a question through a parent's active and passive roles.
In this lecture, you will find a talking activity to help parent and child bond over one of their favorite superheros, Marvel's Spiderman.
The Active and Passive roles for a parent goes back and forth in a conversation of listening and voicing thought. This conversation is between parent and child. The child plays the active and passive roles too.
This lecture continues the talking activity between a little girl and her grandmother. The grandmother wants to go back to school. Is she too old? In this lecture, parents and children are instructed on how to understand propaganda.
Do children know what their parents' talents and skills are? Parents should tell real life stories about themselves to their children. Repeat it like a favorite fairy tale that the children love to hear again and again. This lecture demonstrates this.
Reviewing the materials discussed in this section.
If the child reaches out to touch an object, then show them what that object is.
When children hear what other children are doing, they want to imitate. This is especially true when they hear that their parent used to do it too.
Keeping hands busy through some experiments on how things can be invisible.
Keeping hands busy through playing with the child with wood blocks.
This lecture shows an easy chemistry experiment for a parent and a child to do together.
A child does not learn by just playing alone. Join the child in play by including them in the regular chores around the house.
A box could be an inexpensive and enjoyable way to keep a child exploring new ways in using a box.
This lecture shows how a parent can make plans to take a child on a learning field trip.
Detailed plan on how parents take a field-trip with their children.
Different ways to figure out where a parent can take their child for a traveling learning experience.
A guide on how to travel with young children.
Example of a map parents could make to show their kids where they were going on a field-trip.
A parent can take a child to a neighborhood park. An example of a park is Lake Artemesia in Berwyn Heights Maryland.
While traveling, parents and their kids can take pictures to remember the field-trip. It also allows chances for the parents and their kids to talk about the field-trip and tinker with a camera --learning how to use a camera.
Parents can design activities in a field-trip for learning, for example, identifying the parts of a plant.
Parents are shown how to stimulate their kids' minds.
A tinkering activity that also includes the major traveling activity is having the kids find something, like birds in a neighborhood partk.
Additional sources for parents to use to plan traveling activites with their children.
Discussion on how parents can use different combinations of the Three T's to help their children learn while they spend time together.
Parents can help their kids creating an imaginary pet or show how their kids can manage a pet at the park or zoon on this observation chart for their pet.
The following is an example of how my parents allowed me to have my first pet.
Discussion of how to do an activity that allows parents and their kids to use the Three T's in various combinations.
The Talking, Tinerking, and Traveling of the Three T's allows the parent to "Three T'ing" different activities spent with their child.
Step by step description for parents to help their children identify plants and plant parts.
Before parent and child are Three T'ing activities together, the parent will need to make sure they always have: a camera phone (a camera of some sort) to capture the moments parent and child share together; Composition Book (you could also purchase notebook paper and tie them together with string to make a journal of events too).
Parents can plan a field-trip to travel with their children to the home of a famous person- living or dead. Here, parents are shown how to travel to Frederick Douglass' home in Washingotn, DC.
Sources to help parents Three T'ing activities with their children.
Lorette Weldon is an independent researcher, author, and college professor in reading comprehension/information literacy and also in concepts/applications of information technology. With over 20 years of experience, she has spoken at conferences about SharePoint and Non-IT User usage. She is the author of the following books in relation to library management and SharePoint: "SharePoint Without Coding: My Notes for Embedding the Librarian"; "SharePoint Without Coding, Volume 2: My Notes on the Further Embedment of the Librarian"; "Research and Social Networking" ; "Librarians Using SharePoint 2010" all available through Amazon. She teaches the following Udemy Courses: Getting Parents and their Kids on the Same Page and Microsoft SharePoint for Non-IT Users.