A.Family Education Planning
1. Basic definition
Family education planning, with emphasis on planning, is the planning and arrangement of family education related work in advance. It is the proactive work with the goal of family education as the central task, and it is the education planning of the whole family.
2. Broad connotation
Broad family education planning covers multiple dimensions. In terms of planning objects, it includes all members of the family, mainly minors, as well as adult members, such as husband and wife, elders and other adult members. In terms of the planning content, it can be the cultivation planning for personality development, academic cultivation, social inclusion and individuation of minors, or the study planning for husband-wife relationship, parent-child relationship, mother-daughter-in-law relationship and other aspects, and it also includes the learning arrangements for guiding family members to deal with various family affairs, social and working relationships. Family education programs may also cover learning programs for the elderly.
The narrow connotation of family education planning usually refers to the educational planning for children aged 0-18, that is, children's education planning. Thus, it can be seen that education planning and training arrangement for children are not only an important part of family education planning, but also the primary task of family education. Accordingly, the focus of family education plan also falls naturally on children education plan. Another narrow connotation of family education planning can also be the educational planning of family relations and family affairs in the educational planning of family members.
4. Planning orientation
If the planning of family education focuses on people and discusses the all-round development of people, it acts on all family members. Moreover, it not only discusses the internal affairs of the family, but also discusses the school and society, that is, the overall and comprehensive planning, which belongs to the broad connotation. If family education planning is directed to issues and tasks, that is, to the family as the spatial orientation and the educational content in the family as the task orientation, then it only discusses the educational planning related to people and issues of the planner and the family, which belongs to the narrow connotation.
5. Planning responsibility
It can be made by the core members of the family, or by the whole family, or supported by specialized services.
6. Planning and practice
Only through practice can family education planning and its programs reflect value and play a role in the growth and development of families and family members. Any planning without practice is invalid.
B.Children’s Education Planning
Children's education planning, also known as children's training plan, mainly refers to the education and training planning of the parents for 0-18 years old juvenile children. It also serves as the core of the proactive work to children's education and training.
The central task of children's education planning is how to adapt to and deal with multiple relationships with family, school and society, how to obtain recognition based on public value systems such as family, school and society, and how to achieve self-value of children in the future on the premise of adapting to the society.
The cultivation planning for juveniles children aged 0-18, such as personality cultivation, academic training, social inclusion and individualization, is the primary task of children's education planning and the focus of family education.
Parents (parents or actual guardians) are generally responsible for specific planning, and parents can seek professional support when necessary.
5.Planning and practice
Children's education planning is mainly presented in the form of schemes. Only through practice can it reflect its value and contribute to the healthy growth and overall development of children.
On the subject of family education planning, Zhu Yanqun also proposed the concept of "Behavior Leading Ideology" of civic education, called on the majority of parents to abandon the attitude of "just wanting and saying but not doing, just talking about others but not doing it yourself”, and advocated a pragmatic new trend of "Self-cultivation and Practice”.