Role of Parents in Religious and Social Education of Children

Hamid Aran, Maryam Nayebkabir


Education is the most important and vital insitutiton that is in charge of upbringing and development of the personality of adolescents and youth. The essential vitality of paying heed to the development of human personality and the importance of psychosomatic cultivation of the students have caused this important issue to be considered as one of the essential functions of the educational system. Thus conceived, the goals of higher education are realized when the coordination with other social institutions including family is reached. Most of the educational instructors, psychologists, sociologists, and so on and so forth, trace the origin of many social and behavioral problems of students back to the existing behavioral patterns at home. Accordingly, the role of family in education and its ideal methods has been continuously recognized by humans and has had great importance in human life in all ages. The negligence or ignorance of families regarding the issue of religious education has caused many psychological, social and religious harms. In the current essay, we seek to explain the religious and social education in family and the methods of religious and social education of the family.


Education; Social Education; Religious Education; Social Education Resources

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