When you think about child-centered education, you might think of it as being geared towards kids.
In reality, child and youth education is geared towards families with children and young people.
However, that doesn’t mean all families are the same.
In fact, there are plenty of families that are focused on different aspects of child and young person education.
As an example, many families focus on the health and wellness of children and children’s development, while others focus on academics and learning, and still others are focused more on the emotional well-being of the child and the development of the person.
And finally, there is the type of child-directed, child-focused education that some people refer to as “parental education.”
While the term parent-led may seem to be a generic term, the term does refer to a range of different types of child education that focus on children’s education and their family.
It can also refer to other types of education that provide parents with support in guiding and managing their children’s academic and personal development.
What are some of the most common types of parent-directed education?
Parent-led programs focus on: Teaching children to learn in an academic setting and supporting children to grow and develop at home Parent-guided educational programs include: Individual, group and group-based learning.