Evaluating the efficacy of children participating in Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters [HIPPY] and Head Start – Journal of Early Childhood Research

ABSTRACT The purpose of this study was to evaluate the efficacy of the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters [HIPPY] program when implemented within Head Start programs by measuring children’s language proficiency scores. Participants were kindergarteners concurrently enrolled in both a Head Start program and the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters [HIPPY] … [Read More] Evaluating the efficacy of children participating in Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters [HIPPY] and Head Start – Journal of Early Childhood Research

Young Children’s Initiation into Family Literacy Practices in the Digital Age – Journal of Early Childhood Research

ABSTRACT This article reports a study that explored young children’s digital literacy in the home. The aim of the study was to identify the range of digital literacy practices in which children are engaged in the home and to explore how these are embedded into family life and involve family members. Four children, two girls … [Read More] Young Children’s Initiation into Family Literacy Practices in the Digital Age – Journal of Early Childhood Research

Child-Oriented or Parent-Oriented Focused Intervention: Which is the better way to decrease children’s externalizing behaviors? – Journal of Child and Family Studies

ABSTRACT Research has tried to identify risk factors that increase the likelihood of difficulties with externalizing behavior. The relations between individual or environmental factors and externalizing behavior have been especially documented. Child-oriented and parent-oriented interventions have been designed in order to decrease externalizing behavior in preschoolers. To date, however, research has largely been compartmentalized. It … [Read More] Child-Oriented or Parent-Oriented Focused Intervention: Which is the better way to decrease children’s externalizing behaviors? – Journal of Child and Family Studies

‘Parental Alienation’: What it means and why it matters – The Conversation

Extract from an article by Jennifer Harman, Associate Professor of Applied Social and Health Psychology, Colorado State University Parental alienation – defined as when one parent’s relationship with his or her child is harmed by the other parent – can have devastating consequences. Many legal professionals and psychologists have known about parental alienation for decades. … [Read More] ‘Parental Alienation’: What it means and why it matters – The Conversation

Family Matters the Role of Parents in Children’s Educational Attainment- Social Market Foundation

INTRODUCTION – Extract The impact of parents and the family environment on outcomes in education is often neglected in policy and research. By contrast, popular discussion of education might place too much emphasis on the role of parents compared to that of schools and teachers. Even when the role of parents and the family environment … [Read More] Family Matters the Role of Parents in Children’s Educational Attainment- Social Market Foundation

Parent Emotion Socialization and Children’s Socioemotional Adjustment: When is supportiveness no longer supportive? – Social Development

ABSTRACT Parents’ supportive emotion socialization behaviors promote children’s socioemotional competence in early childhood, but the nature of parents’ supportiveness may change over time, as children continue to develop their emotion-related abilities and enter contexts that require more complex and nuanced social skills and greater autonomy. To test whether associations between parents’ supportiveness of children’s negative … [Read More] Parent Emotion Socialization and Children’s Socioemotional Adjustment: When is supportiveness no longer supportive? – Social Development

Maternal Emotion Regulation: Links to emotion parenting and child emotion regulation – Journal of Family Issues

ABSTRACT This study examined the link between maternal emotion regulation (ER) and emotion parenting behaviors and child ER, particularly emphasizing the previously understudied potential associations between mothers’ ER and concurrent emotion parenting behaviors. Community-recruited participants included 64 mother–child (M = 9.5 years, 38 girls) dyads. Mothers completed measures on their own ER, their child’s ER, … [Read More] Maternal Emotion Regulation: Links to emotion parenting and child emotion regulation – Journal of Family Issues

Capacity Building for Parental Engagement in Reading: A Distributed Leadership Approach Between Schools and Indigenous Communities

ABSTRACT This chapter contributes to the intensified focus by government, schools, and communities on building capacity for parental engagement in children’s schooling. More specifically it discusses new ways that schools and Indigenous families and communities might be supported to build sustainable partnerships for such an enterprise: specifically in teaching and supporting children to read Standard … [Read More] Capacity Building for Parental Engagement in Reading: A Distributed Leadership Approach Between Schools and Indigenous Communities

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