Free-range Parenting is More Effective Than Helicopter Parenting
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Free-range parenting: "Free-range parenting is the concept of raising children in the spirit of encouraging them to function independently and with limited parental supervision, in accordance with their age of development and with a reasonable acceptance of realistic personal risks."
Helicopter parenting: "A helicopter parent is a parent who pays extremely close attention to a child's or children's experiences and problems, particularly at educational institutions. Helicopter parents are so named because, like helicopters, they "hover overhead", overseeing every aspect of their child's life."
Free-range parenting is better for developing and teaching a child than helicopter parenting.
Free-range parenting is more effective than Helicopter parenting.
"Children's report of maternal helicopter parenting was related to extrinsic motivation to learn, perfectionistic discrepancy, and avoidance goals for learning, which have been associated with lower academic performance in prior research."
"Being punished erodes the parent-child relationship so kids don't want to follow our lead."
"WITH CONSIDERABLE-BUT NOT COMPLETE-CONSISTENCY, ADVANCED DEVELOPMENT ALONG THE VARIOUS MORAL DIMENSIONS WAS ASSOCIATED WITH INFREQUENT USE OF POWER ASSERTION AND FREQUENT USE OF INDUCTION AMONG THE MIDDLE-CLASS SAMPLE."
Parents in the West typically intervene more often to protect children from harm than is typical in small-scale, non-industrial societies... We find that though Tsimane “free-range” parenting is hands-off compared to that found in Western societies, parents nonetheless restrict children’s travel."
"For most teens, the benefits of social media — fitting in, social learning, self-esteem – outweigh the costs." ... "Social media, used wisely, is not dangerous, and could help teens develop useful job and career skills."
"At this age , most adolescents have developed vital skills, such as problem-solving, impulse control, and critical thinking."
"Helicopter parenting helps the children to become more successful. In her study, Dr. Lareau observed that middle and upper-class parents were often more structured and interventionist in their children’s lives than the “natural growth” method used by the lower classes. "
"Free-range parenting is the concept of raising children in the spirit of encouraging them to function independently and with limited parental supervision, in accordance with their age of development and with a reasonable acceptance of realistic personal risks."
"Corporal punishment only creates distrustful and aggressive child behavior."Are you certain this is in all cases?
"Allowing children to have freedom on internet usage is also found to be beneficial for children in many ways. "What adversities are found with this?
"Does this include computer setting/internet browser setting restrictions or not?"
"This is my point exactly to my position. There's no one size fits to age. You may have children out there that aren't good until 13, 14 or 11 years old. Whichever, it has to be assessed by the parent. "