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Parents: a question about “training”.?

Question : Parents:.? a question about “training” I’ve been chastised before the use of the word “training” to describe the education of children … and I just saw someone else the same traitement.Je want someone who see a difference or throw the “you do not train a child, you train a dog” just tell me (besides technology) how the two are so different. You train a dog on the timing and behavior … you do the same thing with a child, yes? Best answer: Answer by

No actually, you can train a dog because of the intensity of the brain there, humans have a larger mass that you see if you really do not train a child you can be there mentors they have to learn on his own. After all what we humans do best 🙂

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  • Well .. that with respect to children, I like to think that this is a “teaching” rather than “training” … I guess they are essentially the same thing.

  • In my mind, training (and I usually reserve that term for a dog or other animal) involves using the command – the behavior – reward – rĂ©pĂ©tition.Ă  know) sit (dog sits) , good boy! provide treatment. nouveau.Je to do not take the same approach when teaching my child about chose.Je also believe that parents mistakenly use the word “train” in the wrong context. You do not “train” (or teach) a baby to sleep on command or not hungry at times that are inconvenient for parents. You do not “train” a baby to pee on command. “You do the same thing with a child, yes?” NO.Personnellement, I do not like the word “training” as s’ applies to children or people in general – unless you’re training for a sporting event (formation of a marathon). Like I would not use a “leash” on a child, if it’s called a “beam”, “backpack”, or something else. They are for animaux.EDIT – I “ve been in training all day (no pun intended) and have been thinking about what sujet.Il are important distinctions between” teaching “and” training. “When I” train “My dog ​​is in heel, come, stay, etc. obey the orders of base.Quand I” teach “my children, it is with the hope they will learn more than basic commands. J ‘ hope to teach them values, morals, the ability to think for themselves, to make wise choices, etc. More hopefully, when I train my dog.

  • I think the “training” the word carries a connotation to behave a certain way not because it is formed includes, but simply because they react to conditioning, rewards and punishments. Or, in an athletic sense, increasingly able to perform a task from repeated attempts to do so. “Education” The word on the other hand, implies that the person is taught is aware, that you trying to convey wisdom on them so they can then use this wisdom to continue croissance.Pour me, “teaching” also implies learning on a path to knowledge and independence, while “training” involves performing a single purpose or a particular behavior.

  • That’s what I think about what sujet.Enseigner = Encourage the love of learning. Being next to the child while the child explores such that the child can get a bit more experience. (Taking a walk and highlighting the color of flowers where the bees live, a hole in the ground and thinking about what might be there.) The end result is intrinsically rewarding to the child as it encourages curiosity about the world, and makes the child feel more in control and more concentrĂ©.Formation = working on something like a focus and a positive, but for a final result. Results-oriented – like teaching table manners. Knowing manners, etc. is a social competence that leads to greater rewards, but it is not intrinsically rewarding in soi.Forage = teach your child to “read” so you can run them like a monkey. Something out of reach developmental stresses that a parent not the child, but for mom and dad. Often, praise and worship that the child feels to make a positive factor. Drilling is on the parent and the child works for the praise. That’s what dogs do.

  • The two. I train my child to have habits. Usually put their clothes on, brush your teeth before going to bed, or looking before crossing the rue.Je teach my child to read and do math.

  • training, teaching, molding, education, its all the same. who cares about the small details of formulation, provided that the child acquires the knowledge 🙂

  • I do not use the word “train” when it comes to how I raise my children because everything we do is directed by the child. Child-led weaning, the child by sleep, child-led pottying … etcJe have never “trained” my daughter to be on a calendar. Whatever worked for her, that’s what I found to be the meilleur.En regarding behavior, she learns that on the basis of how it perceives and observes my husband and I behave. ” training “a dog involves the use of simple, one-step, the primitive commands. You do not put your child to bed and say “lay down” “Stay!” … And you?

  • Thus, all the seminars I took were not? : O) Its the same thing. When you train a dog, you teach it well. It comes from our current PC world that objects to the proper use of mots.-verb (used with object) 18. to develop or form the habits, thoughts, or behavior of a child (or another person) by discipline and training: to train a boy indisciplinĂ©.19. to control by instruction and practice, as in some art, profession, or work: to train soldats.20. to make (a person) fit by proper exercise, diet, practice, etc., as a performance athlĂ©tique.EXPAND21. to discipline and instruct (an animal), as in the tasks or tricks. 22. to treat or manipulate so as to set a certain desired shape, position, direction, etc.: to form those of the hair to stay down. 23. Horticulture. causing (a plant branch, etc.) into a particular shape or position, by folding, size, or the like. 24. to exert on an object point, goal, or directly, as a gun, a camera, telescope, or eyes. 25. to encourage; pace. COLLAPSE-Verb (used without object) 26. to give the discipline and instruction, drill, practice, etc., designed to convey competence or efficacy .27. to undergo discipline and instruction, drill, etc28. oneself in a state to obtain an athletic performance through exercise, diet, practice, etc.

  • Personal trainers “train” people all the time. We also use the term “potty training” rather universellement.Je see no problem using the word in reference to teach your children to do certain things – especially when you talk about learning mundane tasks.

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