9- home school relationships

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Mesosystem influences School-family linkages 1. Children from low SES and ethnically diverse families fare comparably to middle-class children when families: Create a home environment that encourages learning Express high expectations for their children’s achievement Become involved in their children’s lives (Berns, 2007)
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Mesosystem influences School-family linkages 1. Family involvement Decision-making Participation Partnership (Berns, 2007)
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Mesosystem influences School-family linkages 1. Family-school linkages and children’s readiness to learn A healthy start Empowered parents Quality preschool A responsible workplace Television as teacher Neighborhoods for learning (Berns, 2007)
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Agenda Reading Responses Looking Ahead Lawrence Lightfoot- read over break and respond Short teacher interview coming up after break related to Lawrence-Lightfoot Field Log Review Looking Ahead Group theme presentations
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Agenda Reading Responses ( Rina) Lareau: 8, 9 Families and Institutional Settings Stacey Marshall and Melanie Handlon (Marie) Pianta &Rimm-Kaufman: Social Ecology of the Transition to School (Sara K) Hoover-Dempsey et al: Why Do Parents Become Involved? (Sarah G.) Garrahy: Speaking Louder Than Words
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Home-school relationships Pianta & Rimm-Kaufman: Parent involvement as foundation for home- school relationships contributes to achievement, attitudes and aspirations, beyond the effects of socioeconomic status and student ability Hoover-Dempsey et al: Parent involvement positively linked to indicators of student achievement (e.g.teacher ratings of student competence, grades, achievement test scores). PI associated with other indicators of school success (e.g. lower rates of retention/drop outs, higher on-time HS graduation rates, higher rates of participation in advanced courses. PI linked to psychological processes and attributes (across groups and students at-risk) that support student achievement (e.g. student sense of personal competence and efficacy; perceptions of personal control over school outcomes; self-regulatory knowledge and skills; engagement in schoolwork and beliefs about the importance of education) Lareau?
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Home-School Relationships Lareau’s case studies on Melanie Handlon and Stacy Marshall challenge ideas of a cultural logic to child rearing, race and gender. Transitions during the early years (3-7) matter: Pianta & Rimm Kaufman examine transition ecology : an organized system of interactions and transactions among persons (parent, teacher, children), settings (home, school, child care), and institutions (community, governments) that are oriented to support developmental & educational progress of young children. Hoover-Demsey et al
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This note was uploaded on 04/04/2008 for the course HD 3430 taught by Professor Ross-bernstein,j. during the Spring '08 term at Cornell.

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