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observation of parental teaching style as a predictor of child performance.

Barbara Claiman

observation of parental teaching style as a predictor of child performance.

by Barbara Claiman

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Academic achievement.,
  • Child development.,
  • Parent and child.

  • The Physical Object
    Paginationviii, 144 leaves.
    Number of Pages144
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18710462M

    Raising a child is challenging and no two are the same; let us help you along the way with all the products, advice and tips to help raise your little one. This study explored teachers’ autonomy-supportive and controlling behaviors through video-taped observation in the classroom. Four lessons by two teachers from a secondary school in Finland were videotaped and analyzed using a rigorous coding protocol. It was found that teachers employed both autonomy-supportive and controlling teaching during the same lesson, and even combined them in the Cited by: 1.

      TABLE 5 Mean Levels and Minimum and Maximum Scores for Parenting Interactions With Children: Checklist of Observations Linked to Outcomes, Adult-Child Interactive Reading Inventory, Shared-Reading Frequency, & Bayley-lll Scale Scores Variable M (SD) Minimum-Maximum Parental affection () Parental responsiveness () The approach most commonly in use is to evaluate effectiveness through direct observation of teachers in the act of teaching. But as “The Widget Effect” reports, such evaluations are a largely perfunctory exercise. In this article, we report a few results from an ongoing study of teacher classroom observation in the Cincinnati Public Schools.

    FACTORS AFFECTING STUDENTS’ PERFORMANCE A Case Of Private Colleges Syed Tahir Hijazi1 and S.M.M. Raza Naqvi2 Abstract: Many empirical studies are carried out to explore factors affecting college students’ performance. The focus of this research is that student performance in intermediate examination is associated with. Baker , found that parental affect during storybook reading sessions in first grade was a significant predictor of student engagement with reading in the third grade. Specifically, the more positive the parent-child interactions in first grade, the more engaged children were with .


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The observation of parental teaching style as a predictor of child performance by Barbara Claiman; 1 edition; First published in ; Subjects: Academic. Procedure. Parent-child dyads were visited in the home every four months beginning at child age 14 months. In order to examine the relation of early puzzle play to children’s later spatial transformation skill, this study focused on six of the home visits: when the children w 30, 34, 38, 42, and 46 months old (2;2–3;10 years).Cited by: A survey was conducted on 19, Chinese junior school students to elucidate the moderating role of socioeconomic status (SES) in the relationship between parental involvement (i.e., home-based.

A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the : Sandra Smidt. practices have on child school readiness, reducing child behavior problems, enhancing child social skills, and promoting academic success.2 In addition, when preschools engage parents effectively and coordinate the efforts of teachers and parents in partnership, it sets the stage for positive parent engagement in subsequent school years.

A child imagining himself as a father and a doll as a child conforms to the rules of parental behavior. According to Vygotsky, _________ is a unique, broadly influential zone of proximal development in which children try out a wide variety of challenging activities and acquire many new competencies.

The highest child usage level is perceived when parents adopt a permissive parenting style; the lowest level is observed when parents adopt an authoritarian Internet parenting style.

The variables Internet parenting style, parent Internet behavior, and parent educational background significantly predict Internet usage of children at home (R 2 Cited by: In the first ANCOVA model, we examined the combined impact of parents’ recognition of children’s authors/titles and their use of nondirective reasoning on children’s language comprehension skills ().After taking into account the substantial variance associated with parental education and children’s nonverbal reasoning (%; both PCited by:   Standardized coefficients between both child rating variables and parental ratings of responsivity, affect, and achievement over time were all significant and highly positive (from r = to ), suggesting that child behaviors increased over time in concert with parental behaviors.

Mahoney ratings of child behavior were also moderately Cited by:   The missing link, the child’s cognitive performance, was examined in the Sigel chapter, where it was specifically related to parental teaching behaviors.

The child’s responses to the storytelling and paper-folding tasks were considered (e.g., extent of engagement and problem solutions), as was the child’s performance on tasks independent Author: Nathan Kogan, Lawrence J.

Stricker, Michael Lewis, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. Start studying Child Psych 2. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. adjusting the support offered during a teaching session to fit the child's current level of performance; as child's competence of the task increases, effective scaffolders withdraw support, turning responsibility to the child.

Tips To Understand Your Child’s Psychology Better. Well-known child psychologist Jean Piaget says, “From the moral as from the intellectual point of view, the child is born neither good nor bad but master of his destiny.” Parenting is more than just providing comforts for your children.

Chao, Ruth K. Extending research on the consequences of parenting style for Chinese Americans and European Americans.

Child Development, 72 (6), In this research, Chao’s mission was to learn more about “authoritative” parenting and its effect on the school performance of Asian American and European American students. Research Findings: This study examined how teacher--child conversations unfold during shared book reading in Head Start classrooms as well as the relations between that talk and children's vocabulary learning.

Book reading experiences in 27 Head Start classrooms were videotaped and coded for teacher talk, child responses, teacher follow-up. Individual differences in spatial skill emerge prior to kindergarten entry. However, little is known about the early experiences that may contribute to these differences.

The current study examined the relation between children's early puzzle play and their spatial skill. Children and parents (n = 53) were observed at home for 90 min every 4 months (6 times) between 2 and 4 years of age (26 to Cited by:   The ability to read and write letters, with comprehension, is the basis for success in formal education.

Adults who show greater literacy competencies often earn higher incomes, have better job prospects, lower risk of mental illness, and enjoy better health (Fawcett, ; Lyon, ).However, no clear-cut borders exist between the precursors of reading and spelling, such as children’s Cited by: 6.

The present longitudinal study examined the cross-lagged relations between parental causal attributions of children's math success to children's ability, parental help, children's math performance and task persistence. A total of children, their mothers, fathers and teachers were assessed twice--at the end of the second and the third grades.

Self-determination theory. Parental control strategies can be defined as any strategy that a parent uses to alter, change, or influence their child’s behavior, thoughts, or feelings [], [].Self-determination theory [] provides a framework for different types of parental control that promote optimal or less optimal child l to this theory is the distinction between behaviors Cited by: Research on literacy development is increasingly making clear the centrality of oral language to long-term literacy development, with longitudinal studies revealing the continuity between language ability in the preschool years and later reading.

The language competencies that literacy builds upon begin to emerge as soon as children begin acquiring language; thus, the period between birth and Cited by:   In a 1-year follow-up of this study, 38 physicians' teaching efforts were no longer related to mothers' use of positive contact with their children, although the latter was still the strongest predictor of child development outcome.

Physicians' efforts to encourage these kinds of behavior were minimal compared with discussions about stage Cited by:. The study sought to examine home environment as a predictor of academic performance for children with learning disabilities in the Buea Municipality, South West Region of Cameroon.

The main was to. Childrearing practices and parenting behaviors are defined as “specific, goal-directed behaviors through which parents perform their parental duties.” 19(p) Parenting behaviors relate to unique parental behaviors that a child directly or indirectly experiences and that affect the child's development (eg, nurturing).

20 Some of the Cited by: 3. Fostering a Positive Emotional Climate. The overall “climate” of the family is a good predictor of a child’s ability to self-regulate Factors that affect emotional climate include the parents’ relationship, their personalities, their parenting style, parent-child relationships, sibling relationships and the family’s beliefs about expressing feelings.