Transcript for This teacher on TikTok is teaching parents the ABCs of child care
Paid for by Comeback pac. Back now with our instaparent series looking at the online influencers helping families navigate parenting. Stephanie Ramos joins us with more on the tiktok teacher. You're a parent. I saw you taking a swig of something before your report. Are you all right? Reporter: Robin, how are you calling me out right now? I'm okay. I won't say what it is because they are not sponsoring me but it's a little boost for the morning but I have to tell you, do you remember the show "The supernanny" when Jo would go from the uk to the U.S. Helping families maintain order with their kids? It was 15 years ago so it's okay if you don't remember. Think of Mr. Chaz as the 2021 version. He went from education specialist to influencer helping parents really handle their kids effectively. Parents are rushing to his social media pages. Your toddler will need to be preened. Reporter: Mr. Chaz, an educational specialist from Virginia who works with directors and teachers having a hard time in the classroom. Whenever there was a challenge or something they would call me and to kind of assess the situation and help the child and teacher be successful in that environment. Jump, jump, jump. Reporter: He started making videos when the pandemic hit to help parents and teachers struggling at home. They saw how much, especially in the beginning how much they were struggling with this new challenge that they were facing and I was listening and I was like, I totally have a lot of knowledge and wisdom and experience that I can share. Reporter: With more than 130,000 followers on Instagram and hundreds of thousands of views, he's touching on sensitive subjects like parental punishments and breaking the cycle. So what are some dos and don'ts? Don't ignore their needs. If they're running around the house, instead of saying sit on the couch you can encourage them, I see you have a lot of energy, let's have a dance party teaching children to meet their needs instead of always forcing them to ignore their needs. Reporter: Do say do. We have a tendency to say, don't, overuse it for everything, instead of telling them what not to do tell them what to do? Don't be a perfectionist, be an improvinist. Don't compare yourself to other parents or your child. The goal isn't to be perfect every day. It is to improve a little every day. Reporter: Mr. Chazz says he is just trying to break generational cycles with his coaching. He has a ton of pointers for parents. As a mom of two young kids he has a follower in me. Improvinist. I like that. Always got my eyes out and you're looking good. Thanks Hey New Yorkers! June 22 is Primary Election Day! But this year, instead of voting
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