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Life Long Pedagogues

Is it not strange. . . . that one of the most important and difficult skills, raising children, goes untaught? Learning parenting skills is vital because the early experiences of children's lives impact their potential for learning and for mental health. We need to create better parents because neglected or abused children are especially prone to perpetuate this cycle when they become adults without resources for healthy parenting. . . . School-based Parenting Education programs can help to prevent future child abuse and work to build healthy children by developing an understanding of child development in future parents and by providing parenting skills such as empathy, listening, problem solving and critical thinking.


Raising children in today's uncertain and dangerous world can be a daunting task. Children are susceptible to so many forces around them, and they can be lost in the chaos without a strong set of parents to guide them. Now is the time to start your parent education: rely on Active Parenting. UPAYA is here to teach you with its state-of-the-art parenting courses and programs. Active Parenting's positive parenting program is designed by  established psychologists. 

Improving your parenting can be as easy as enrolling in one of Active Parenting's of parent education programs, our sessions will teach you everything you need to know about being a superb parent for your children, including instilling confidence in your children, using nonviolent discipline techniques, and encouraging mutual respect. Each online parenting course offers a variety of tools to make you a better parent, including:

  • Filmed scenes of real-life family situations 
  • Online discussions and activities with other class members 
  • An optional "live chat" for more stimulating parenting conversations 


  1. Be a good parenting role model yourself. If you think your own parenting skills could be better, read books, take classes to improve. 
  2. Help your children to understand and talk clearly about their emotions. It will increase their understanding of themselves and others - including their own children - in the future. 
  3. Give your child plants or animals to take care of. Guide them and give them the skills and information they need to do a good job. 
  4. Take your child to visit friends or family with babies and/or toddlers. Think ahead about what the babies or toddlers might be likely to do. Talk afterwards about what you and your child noticed. 
  5. Take advantage of teachable moments. Every day life gives us plenty of opportunities to notice what parents do with and say to their children. Talk about what you see. Discuss the full-time nature and responsibility of parenting. 
  6. Try role play. Reverse roles. Ask, “What would you do if you were the mommy in this situation.” 
  7. Encourage positive nurturing in your child by praising it when you see it. 
  8. Suggest that older children join in mentoring programs helping younger ones. 
  9. Advise older children to take child development or human development classes if available. 
  10. Help older children to sign up for babysitting classes through Safe Sitter.