Parents’ Positive Role in Students’ Learning Process at Ishik University Preparatory School

Mustafa Tosun

Abstract


The reason that motivated me to initiate this writing is to emphasize the deficiency in the motivation and unwillingness of university youth cause of the parents approach toward the education at preparatory school. Moreover, my aim is to declare realistic suggestions about the issue with the help of observations that have been gained during the profession of teaching. These observations urged me to intensify on the act of the parents and their relations with guidance unit at preparatory school. This study was conducted to attract the significance of parents` involvement and its yield at prep-school.

Keywords: Motivation, guidance unit, parents role


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