As a parent, of course, you realize the importance of education for the child’s future. For this reason, sending children to school with high costs is not a problem, as long as the child is successful and becomes a successful person. Do you know? The success of education in children is not only the responsibility of the school. However, the role of teachers and parents is needed to achieve the success of the education program.

The Role of Teachers and Parents You Must Know

The collaboration of the role of teachers and parents in children’s education will make the results achieved more leverage. The tasks of each role include:


Every parent is responsible for children’s education and health at home. For this reason, parents play an important role in assisting and educating children in their daily lives. Parents’ duties in children’s education include:

Control children’s learning hours at home

As a “teacher” at home, parents are expected to be able to control the time and way of learning of children at home, remind children to learn routinely every day, not only when there is homework to do and ask children to repeat the lessons given by teachers at school.

Monitor academic abilities

Periodically, parents check the child’s test scores and assignments.

Pay attention to the child’s personality

Attitudes, morals, and behavior of children are the responsibility of parents. The child’s personality at home will also affect how he behaves at school.

Helps children recognize themselves

The task of parents to help children recognize their talents and interests, help children to develop their potential, help children design the future, listen to the hearts and minds of children, let him make life choices, build directing children so that they don’t make wrong choices without patronizing, and provide moral support in whatever choice.

Become a friend to share with children

When a teenager, a child really needs support, guidance, attention, input, advice, and advice from parents than from his peers. Because children feel that parents should really know them best and parents are the safest place to spill any complaints. Therefore, your attention will be very meaningful for children and build an intimate closeness with children.

In practice in everyday life, parents are prone to making mistakes in educating a child. As parents, you should avoid making the following mistakes in educating children:

  • Growing fear and inferiority in children.
  • Educate children to be arrogant and can not respect others.
  • Obey whatever the child requests.
  • Teach children to dissipate.
  • Ignore the child.
  • Too stiff and hard on children.
  • Stingy and lacking in affection so the child seeks an outlet outside.
  • Only pay attention to the physical needs of children without regard to spiritual needs and too much trust in children.

Teacher’s Role

As educators, the main task of teachers is to provide useful knowledge for the children’s future. In addition, a teacher is also expected to be able to provide moral education and courtesy to children, ask when children experience difficulties in teaching and learning, motivate learning, provide direction for learning activities, provide facilities for children’s learning processes, and as an intermediary for learning difficulties as well as getting along that a child might face at school.

In addition to its role towards students, teachers are also required to provide child development reports to their parents and discuss with parents if there are problems relating to children in school. It is better if the teacher also makes regular home visits to find out how the students are developing at home.

In order for the role of teacher and parent to function optimally, good cooperation is needed between the two. Always communicate the progress of your child’s education by asking the teacher at school, yes.