Shpëtim Zymberaj


The purpose of this study is to provide a detailed analysis of parent-teacher-student communication relationships in school, as well as their importance during the educational process. The parent and the teacher are two partners that have the same goal in child education, having a mutual purpose. As such, they should cooperate, exchange information, discuss, and debate with each other. Both parties contribute to the development, growth, and advancement of the child. The parent the child's first teacher with a lifelong experience gained over the years; while the teacher is a professional educator who possesses a special preparation, training, and experience. He is a well-trained expert, trained on theoretical and practical scientific basis. They both know the child very well; first the parent and later the teacher also. Their knowledge must complement each other. They cannot be formal, general, and unified. Every child has his own individuality in development, formation, education, his psychological traits, his personality and dignity, and his social problems, and thus every child is a specific case. All children should be respected regardless of their gender, race, religion, and their needs. Integration into a new society requires maximum commitment of the whole society. Preparing the new generation to cope with the challenges of the unknown requires a reformed and quality education. An advanced and qualitative European-wide education is the main pillar of the empowerment of our new state. In this context, our society has seen the need for radical reforms in education at all levels. Reforms in education are focused on the whole society for the purpose of its progress.


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