Event Title

The Effects of Parental Involvement in Education

Presenter Information

Kelsey Kline

Faculty Advisor

Dr. David McLaughlin

Start Date

24-4-2018 5:00 PM

End Date

24-4-2018 6:00 PM

Description

The purpose of this self-study research is to examine the effects of parental involvement in education. Parental involvement can be a key factor in boosting student achievement as well as positive behaviors and dispositions toward school. While student teaching, I have compiled data to create a developmental portfolio where I have collected artifacts and daily reflections regarding interactions with parents. I also reflected on my own experiences with parental involvement when I was a student to identify the ways in which my personal history influences my current practices. The goal of this research is to discover how to interact more effectively with parents. By focusing on my experiences with parental involvement now, I can help avoid mistakes that a novice teacher could make. Adding additional research to the field of education regarding parental involvement will benefit all educators, parents, and students.

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The Effects of Parental Involvement in Education

The purpose of this self-study research is to examine the effects of parental involvement in education. Parental involvement can be a key factor in boosting student achievement as well as positive behaviors and dispositions toward school. While student teaching, I have compiled data to create a developmental portfolio where I have collected artifacts and daily reflections regarding interactions with parents. I also reflected on my own experiences with parental involvement when I was a student to identify the ways in which my personal history influences my current practices. The goal of this research is to discover how to interact more effectively with parents. By focusing on my experiences with parental involvement now, I can help avoid mistakes that a novice teacher could make. Adding additional research to the field of education regarding parental involvement will benefit all educators, parents, and students.