《The Smartest Kids in the World》的笔记-第113页
- 章节名：chapter 6 drive - the geography of parenting
- 页码：第113页 2018-08-29 14:44:22
Parents inhabited the sweet spot between the two: they were warm, responsive, and close to their kids, but, as their children got older, they gave them freedom to explore and to fail and to make their own choices. Throughout their kids' upbringing, authoritative parents also had clear, bright limits, rules they did not negotiate."We're socialized to believe that warmth and strictness are opposites," Doug Lemov writes in his book Teach Like a Champion. "The fact is, the degree to which you are warm has no bearing on the degree to which you are strict, and vice versa." Parents and teachers who manage to be both warm and strict seem to strike a resonance with children, gaining their trust along with their respect.When researcher Jelani Mandara at Northwestern University studies 4,754 U.S. teenagers and their parents, he found that kids with authoritative parents had higher academic achievement levels, fewer symptoms of depression, and fewer problems with aggression, disobedience, and other antisocial behaviors. other studies have found similar benefits. Authoritative parents trained their kids to be resilient, and it seemed to work.
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