They must be justified, for example, so that humans relative to other primates’ physiological prematurity “is. To ensure its survival, it must be supported or influenced. Man is thus a pupil to the object of another person. Each educational relationship is thus in some respects “not equal”.
It includes the personal requirements of the pupil so that he can change his behaviour and attitudes successfully or permanently (e.g. learning). Educational ability but also contains options for self-directed changes, so the pupil as a subject.
“Maturity” and “independence” as a key objective
The pupil should be led to self-cope with the demands of his life. When this is achieved, therefore, a process of education completed, and the educational relationship dissolves, however, the “normal” interpersonal relationship between the parties remain upright!
• Prevention (preventive preventing unwanted behavior)
• Intervention (interventions to maintain or achieve desired behavior)
• Rehabilitation (restoring abilities and skills)
• Conflict processing (eg redefinition of goals and values)
Courage to educate
“Courage” as the default setting of the educator is, for example, the pupil orientation systems (norms, values) to offer, so he accept this process and does not modify any. Require courage educational measures but also because their success is uncertain, and they may also fail.
New problems of parenthood
The importance of the family for the life and especially the educational success of their children, although undisputed, but today is the impotence of the family as well as ongoing discussion on maintaining high expectations of family are getellt. When failure of resumes of children parents are usually attributed to the primary responsibility, but it raises the question of what children can actually noticed by their parents? How significant are the investment of parents in their children’s future? How stable is now the parent-child relationship is maintained into adulthood?
Parents can promote the happiness of their children. The quality of education consider many modern parents full of self-doubt, they feel insecure and feel they are subject to large deficits. Many mothers and fathers have lost the ability and a sense of how to educate a child so that it can integrate into society, often precisely those have the most problems, are desperately trying to do everything right. This is partly because they no longer know what is right and what is wrong.
The crisis of parental education reflects the complex transformation of the society, because the family is at the beginning of the 21st Century in a dramatic transition process, because there used to be an unspoken consensus on how children should be raised – from clear authority, the necessary had the right to flog, to the usual education and training course, so there is such a social no more conventions.