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Every parent wants their child to be the best at any field they participate in, they want them to be outstanding in class or athletic in sports. A genius, and they want everyone to see it. This is natural behavior. Having said that, parents play a huge role in child education both positively and negatively. Is it wrong to force your child to be the best? Drill them till they succeed? What are the consequences of forceful teaching? How should you help your child improve? Children would benefit a lot more in the long run, and will want to learn, if they themselves are motivated and interested as opposed to seeing education as an obligatory factor of their lives. But first lets compare. A parent forcing a child to do their homework or study has dire ramifications and can/will affect their school life as well. Demotivated children will not digest or absorb any information given to them. Instead they will be bored and uninterested in the material introduced to them. A teacher could be doing everything right, using topics to hold the child's interest, engaging them to encourage and keep them motivated for the upcoming lesson, using visual aids, games etc, and yet the child is unresponsive and distracted. Even their relationships with their classmates might become tense and distant. They could also be irritable, restless and can exhibit symptoms of hyperactivity. Difficulty paying attention to tasks that don't have an immediate reward or that don't provide a high level of stimulation. Little attention to detail and inability to sustain a mental effort. Distracted, forgetful, difficulty planning, difficulty remaining still, impulsive, impatient etc.* It all comes back to being forced to study/learn/participate. Alternatively, a parent can still help their child achieve a goal by motivating them. Communication helps put them at ease. Explaining why something must be done a certain way helps them understand its importance, and so aids them in a major way. The last thing a parent wants to do is tell their child to complete their homework the minute they walk into the door with no alternative, "You HAVE to do your homework now!". It would be easy for the child to feel trapped and insecure, or flat out refuse the parent. A better approach that produces the same results with added benefits would be; "Welcome home Pumpkin! How was school? Learn anything interesting today? That's pretty cool, can you show me how it's done later?" and show a genuine interest in what they say they've learned. This not only gives them confidence and motivation, it also encourages them to learn new things to share with the parent. This method also reinstates what they've learned earlier that day, a form of revision. It also creates a safe place for them to share any and all happenings they have in their day-to-day life and builds a relationship of trust between parent and child. In conclusion, it is not recommended to force a child into studying, teachers will change as students move on with their lives but parents are an unchanging factor and play an even larger role in the education of a child. Please handle them with care. References: -world health organization(www.who.int>australia) -www.youaremom.com/children/restless-children