Educational neglect can be observed in a learning institution where such teachers, teachers, educators, and principals show behaviors that can be harmful to their students and their colleagues.
Education is a discipline in which people expect them to learn and make positive ideas and do not hurt their students in any way. Ronald B. Standler, author of the essay on Educational Malpractice in the United States, says: "Education is not what teachers install students, such as screwing the light bulb into the socket, the classroom, education is what students and learners need to do it: reading, writing, homework problems, and carrying out scientific experiments. "
The first step in preventing bad practice in a learning institution is to raise parents 'and students' attitudes at school or university.
Parents should regularly monitor children's school activities – school classes, home assignments, projects, and extracurricular activities. If parents realize that they do not have enough learning, they should take immediate action to improve the education of children. This action involves controlling the number of television lessons, limiting the duration of video games, arranging children's tours for museums and libraries, or purchasing toys that children can learn.
Parents can not wait for years until they realize that their so-called "brilliant" child is literally illiterate or can not extract even two-digit numbers.
It is irrational to expect every toddler to enjoy extra work at home just because they do not learn enough at school. Apart from some exceptional opportunities, kids will never see the fun of learning.
Students should therefore be understood if their parents become dependent on "and teachers" counseling. On the other hand, these authorities should be responsible for getting the students to get to know the fun and enjoyment of learning. At times, students should be strongly instructed to study, read, and do homework that they are unwilling to do so. Motivating students to study and read their own is a key role for parents and teachers. Consequently, people need to be more independent and self-confident, not blindly relying on the education system that they are not really sure about providing the right education.