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Running head: PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN THE CLASSROOM 1 Parental Involvement in the Classroom Rakita Griffin EDU 675: Change Leadership for Differentiated Education Environment Douglass Goss March 6, 2017
Running head: PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN THE CLASSROOM 2 Parental Involvement in the Classroom Introduction Parental involvement is an important part of the children lives. In my research, I found out the amount of participation that parents give the child’s, this is connected with home and school life parents concerned about their education that result in motivation and self-confidence. By establishing a positive relationship between parents and teachers show that the best interest of the student is being met. Some of these strategies are obtained by research and my personal experience. Context Participants The participants include one Head Start clasess from Haven Acres Head Start students and parents participants in this research from Haven Acres Head Start include students from low income families. The classroom consisted of one Hispanic and 16 Africican American students. Center administration and teaching staff. The classroom size is 17 children from the age of 3 to 5 years. When promoting, children learning improves the ways we collaborate and support parental involvement. We have to find the means to contribute to their child education both in and out of school. I always revealed ways to optimized learning and teaching with parents to figure out how to address instructional change that involves parents that I observe. I encourage active parents’ participation that includes everyone. So I conclude student with parents who continually stays involved in the children education.
Running head: PARENTAL INVOLVEMENT IN THE CLASSROOM 3 Literature Review The following literature of literature will show how the parental involvement can affect children in the classroom. This research will show how technology affects parental involvement through the activities in the classroom, and how technology communication with teachers and families. The literature will address the lack of participation from parents and what else can be done. Many of the findings are positive and can overlook the negative effects. These findings will be supported throughout the studies. Parental Involvement Parent involvement focus on “parents, grandparents, stepparents and foster parents” (Nitecki, p.197) the parents and teachers have agreed that parental involvement in children education is important. So what does parental involvement entail? This requires participation from the parents toward the child’s education. Hartas (2008) explains that parental involvement, not just the parents and families get personally involved, but rather it is “with parents and professional working together” (p.140) teachers and staffs needed to help parents feel welcome in the classrooms with whoever is involved in working together in the interest of the children teachers see some students achievement that shows some hinder in parental participation.

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