Tiger Parenting, a Necessity During the Pandemic


  • Herlina Sea Mary St. Mary's College Quezon City


Parenting, Pandemic, Tiger parenting, Learning management


The COVID-19 pandemic has confronted many aspects of people’s lives, including parenting. Many parents faced challenges like keeping their children engaged and overseeing their studies. Some parents embraced tiger parenting in fulfilling their duties and responsibilities to their children. This study determines the impact of tiger parenting on children and the family. The study has a descriptive design, and it has thirty (30) respondents who are faculty and students of St. Mary's College, Quezon City, and members of the Missionary Servants of the Blessed Sacrament (MSBS) community. Frequency, percentage, and mean are used to interpret the data gathered. The results reveal that tiger parenting influences the children's behavior and collaboration capability. The children need to be guided and followed up on their tasks. Tiger parenting helps children become more attentive in their studies and learning management, especially regarding self-discipline. This parenting style leads children to be mature and responsible in their tasks.