Рус Eng During last 365 days Approved articles: 2046,   Articles in work: 319 Declined articles: 834 
Library
Articles and journals | Tariffs | Payments | Your profile

Back to contents

Ivanova Natalia

PhD in Psychology



603024, Russia, g. Nizhnii Novgorod, ul. Ul.genkinoi, 61

ivanova30nv@yandex.ru
Minaeva Elena

PhD in Psychology



603157, Russia, g. Nizhnii Novgorod, ul. Berezovskaya, 112

eminaeva69@mail.ru
Vorobieva Natalia



603155, Russia, g. Nizhnii Novgorod, ul. Trudovaya, 25

n.vorobyova@bk.ru

Abstract.


Keywords: educational process, individual educational route, educational partnership, primary school, parents, involvement, the best practices, forms, methods, foreign schools

DOI:

10.7256/2454-0676.2018.4.28007

Article was received:

13-11-2018


Review date:

14-11-2018


Publish date:

15-11-2018


This article written in Russian. You can find full text of article in Russian here .

References
1.
Andreeva O.V. Izuchenie vliyaniya sem'i na uspeshnost' obucheniya mladshikh shkol'nikov // Internet-zhurnal «NAUKOVEDENIE». 2014. Vypusk 5 (24), sentyabr'–oktyabr' 2014. URL: https://naukovedenie.ru/PDF/160PVN514.pdf.
2.
Vozrastnaya i pedagogicheskaya psikhologiya / Pod red.A.V. Petrovskogo. M., 1989. S.243.
3.
Gamezo M.V., Petrova E.A., Orlova L.M. Vozrastnaya i pedagogicheskaya psikhologiya: Ucheb. posobie dlya studentov vsekh spetsial'nostei pedagogicheskikh vuzov. M.: Peda¬gogicheskoe obshchestvo Rossii, 2003. 512 s.
4.
Korneeva E.N. Obrazovatel'noe vzaimodeistvie kak osobyi tip sotsial'nogo vzaimodeistviya // Yaroslavskii pedagogicheskii vestnik. 2014. № 4 – Tom II. S. 264-268.
5.
Mukhina B.C. Vozrastnaya psikhologiya. Fenomenologiya razvitiya: uchebnik dlya stud. uchrezhdenii vyssh. obrazovaniya / V.S.Mukhina. 15-e izd., ster. – M.: Izdatel'skii tsentr «Akademiya», 2015. 656 s.
6.
Nikitin B. P., Nikitina L. A. Biblioteka molodoi sem'i ''Nashi uroki''. Spb.: "Lenizdat", 1992. 235 s.
7.
Proekt Prikaza Minobrnauki Rossii "Ob utverzhdenii federal'nogo gosudarstvennogo obrazovatel'nogo standarta nachal'nogo obshchego obrazovaniya" (po sostoyaniyu na 04.04.2018).
8.
Pomerantseva T.A. Osnovnye komponenty sotsializatsii i individualizatsii mladshikh shkol'nikov v sovremennom sotsiokul'turnom obshchestve // Vestnik Mininskogo universiteta. 2018. Tom 6, № 3. https://doi.org/10.26795/2307-1281-2018-6-3-8.
9.
Borgonovi F., Montt G. Parental involvement in selected PISA countries and economies, OECD Education Working Papers, No. 73, OECD Publishing, Paris. URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1787/5k990rk0jsjj-en.
10.
Cardona M.J. TODDLER European Project: Towards Opportunities for Disadvantaged and Diverse Learners on The Early-childhood Road Parental involvement in toddler’s education. Guidelines for teachers, 2013. URL: http://psicosoma.pt/artigos/Toddler_book_ING_nov_UV1.pdf.
11.
Caspe M. et al. Family Involvement in Elementary School Children’s Education // Harvard Family Research Project, Winter 2006/2007. p. 8. URL: http://www.hfrp.org/family-involvement/publications-resources/family-involvement-inelementary-school-children-s-education.
12.
Clinton J., Hattie J. New Zealand students’ perceptions of parental involvement in learning and schooling // Asia Pacific Journal of Education. 2013. Vol. 33, No. 3, pp. 324-337.
13.
Cronin D. Public Policy and Parental Engagement in Education, Fellowship Report, The Winston Churchill Memorial Trust of Australia. URL: http://www.churchilltrust.com.au/site_media/fellows/CRONIN,_Danielle_2008.pdf.
14.
Desforges C., Abouchaar A. The impact of parental involvement, parental support and family education on pupil achievements and adjustment: A literature review. Research Report 433, 2006. London: Dept. for Education and Skills. URL: http://www.bgfl.org/bgfl/custom/files_uploaded/uploaded_resources/18617/Desforges.pdf.
15.
Duckworth K., Akerman R., Gutman M., Vorhaus J. Influences and leverages on low levels of attainment: a review of literature and policy initiatives. Institute of Education, University of London, 2009. URL: http://www.learningbenefits.net/Publications/ResRepIntros/ResRep31intro.htm.
16.
Durisis M., Bunijevac M. Parental Involvement as a Important Factor for Successful Education // C E P S Journal. 2017. Vol.7 No 3. S. 137-153.
17.
Effective Family and Community Engagement Strategies. Prepared for LEAD Connecticut. Hanover Research, March 2014. URL: https://ctschoolchange.org/app/uploads/Hanover-Effective-Family-and-Community-Engagement-Strategies-LEAD-Connecticut.pdf.
18.
Emerson L., Fear J., Fox S., Sanders E. Parental engagement in learning and schooling: Lessons from research. A report by the Australian Research Alliance (ARACY) for Children & Youth for the Family-School & Community Partnerships Bureau. Canberra. (2012). URL: https://www.aracy.org.au/publications-resources/area?command=record&id=10.
19.
Epstein J. L. School, Family and Community Partnerships: Preparing Educators and Improving Schools. 2-nd ed. Avalon Publishing, 2010. 656 r.
20.
Epstein J. Six types of involvement: keys to successful partnerships. National Network of Partnership Schools, John Hopkins University, Baltimore, 2012. URL: http://www.csos.jhu.edu/P2000/nnps_model/school/sixtypes.htm.
21.
Epstein J., Sheldon S. Moving forward: Ideas for research on school, family, and community partnerships. In C. Conrad & R. Serlin (Eds.), Handbook for research in education: Engaging ideas and enriching inquiry, 2006. URL: http://news.cehd.umn.edu/wp-content/uploads/2009/06/Literature-Review-Epstein-and-Sheldon-06.pdf.
22.
Family-school partnerships framework: A guide for schools and families. Department of Education, Employment and Workplace Relation (Australian Government). URL: http://www.familyschool.org.au/files/3013/8451/8364/Family-school_partnerships_framework.pdf.
23.
Harris A., Goodall J. Do Parents Know They Matter? Engaging All Parents in Learning // Educational Research. 2008. № 50(3), pp. 277-289.
24.
Hatcher R. The Conservative-Liberal Democrat Coalition government’s “free schools” in England // Educational Review. 2011. Vol. 63, No. 4, pp. 485-503.
25.
Hill N.E., Taylor L.C. Parental School Involvement and Children’s Academic Achievement: Pragmatics and Issues // Current Directions in Psychological Science. 2004. № 13 (4), rr. 161-164.
26.
Houtenville A.J., Conway K.S. Parental Effort, School Resources, and Student Achievement // Journal of Human Resources. 2008. № 43(2), pp.437-453.
27.
Kidder A. Parent Advocacy: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly. Education Canada, 2011. URL: http://www.cea-ace.ca/education-canada/article/parent-advocacy-good-bad-and ugly.
28.
Muller D. Parental engagement: Social and economic effects. Prepared for the Australian Parents Council, 2009. URL: http://www.austparents.edu.au
29.
OECD (2017), “Parental involvement, student performance and satisfaction with life”, in PISA 2015 Results (Volume III): Students' Well-Being, OECD Publishing, Paris. URL: https://doi.org/10.1787/9789264273856-13-en.
30.
Parent Engagement is Important to Student Success. Council of Ontario Directors of Education. URL: http://www.ontariodirectors.ca/pe_images/Code_Guidebook_Relationships_ENG.pdf.
31.
Parental engagement. A training toolkit full of useful resources for supporting parents with complex needs. Delivered by School-Home Support Services UK. URL: https://www.schoolhomesupport.org.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/11/SHS-Parental-engagement-toolkit.pdf.
32.
Parental involvement Working Group Schools Policy: Early school leaving. Country focus workshop: France, 13-16 January 2015. Key findings from the in-depth country focus workshop "Parental involvement”, France, 13-16 January 2015. URL: http://ec.europa.eu/assets/eac/education/experts-groups/2014-2015/school/france-parental-involvement_en.pdf.
33.
Parents in Partnership: A Parent Engagement Policy for Ontario School (2010). URL: www.edu.gov.on.ca/eng/parents/involvement/PE_Policy2010.pdf.
34.
Peterson L., Kreider H. Making the Case for Parent Involvement and Engagement // Harvard Family Research Project. 2005, May 11, p. 10-12.
35.
Rabaa Al Sumaiti Parental Involvement in the Education of Their Children in Dubai Dubai School of Government Policy Brief No. 30 January 2012. URL: https://khda.gov.ae/CMS/WebParts/TextEditor/Documents/Parental_Involvement_in_the_Education.pdf.
36.
Rich Valley Elementary School Family Engagement Policy http://www.scsb.org/rves/RVE_School_PI_Policy_revised-13-14.pdf.
37.
Save The Dates! Hartwell Elementary School. URL: https://www.hart.k12.ga.us/site/handlers/filedownload.ashx?moduleinstanceid=1466&dataid=2143&FileName=PIP%2016-17%20HES%20Approved.pdf.
38.
Straumann M., Egger J. Parent Involvement – the practice of principals in lower primary schools in Switzerland // International Journal about Parents in Education. 2011. Vol. 5, No. 2, 86-97.
39.
Weiss H.B., Lopez M.E., Rosenberg H. Beyond random acts: Family, school and community engagement as an integral part of education reform. Paper prepared for the National Policy Forum for Family, School and Community Engagement (2012). URL: http://www.nyspirc.org/info/wpcontent/uploads/2010/04/Beyond-Random-Acts-HFRP.pdf.
40.
Yamamoto Y., Holloway S.D., Suzuki S. Parental Engagement in Children’s Education: Motivating Factors in Japan and the U.S. // School Community Journal, 2016, Vol. 26, No. 1. URL: http://www.schoolcommunitynetwork.org/SCJ.aspx.