Learning From Parents Who Raise World-Class Classroom Learners by Cornelius Grove

6 years ago

Learning From Parents Who Raise World-Class Classroom Learners

We’ve known for decades that students in China, Japan and Korea learn more in school than American students do. What accounts for their superiority? The evidence points to how their parents raise them. East Asian parents deal with their children in ways rarely seen in America:

  • They view academic learning as each child’s most important responsibility within the family.
  • During each child’s years of elementary schooling, parents think of themselves as actively sharing that responsibility with their children.
  • Parents don’t simply encourage children’s studying; they coach, train and drill them so that academic excellence is assured.
  • If a child performs poorly, her parents participate with her to diagnose what had not been done correctly, and then to master that skill.

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Donna John
This is so interesting, Cornelius Grove . I'm sure lots of people will take a step back and ask themselves if they coach or cheerlead after reading this. Thank you so much for sharing. I can't wait to learn more from you! Welcome to the tribe!
Ann Marie Patitucci
Welcome, Cornelius Grove! We're thrilled to have you. Thanks for sharing your wisdom with us!
Elisa Schmitz
This is fascinating, Cornelius Grove ! Thank you for sharing, and welcome to our tribe. We look forward to learning and growing with you!
Nicole DeAvilla
Interesting Cornelius Grove . Do you recommend one style over the other? Welcome to the tribe!

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