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Examining parental involvement. Sarajevo, March 2009. Involvement in national consultation - EU. Types of involvement EU. Pre-transition model. Previous study (phase 1). Principals’ perception: Parents’ engagement in school life is contributing to: Educational attainment of pupils

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examining parental involvement

Examining parental involvement

Sarajevo, March 2009

previous study phase 1
Previous study (phase 1)
  • Principals’ perception:
    • Parents’ engagement in school life is contributing to:
      • Educational attainment of pupils
      • School atmosphere
    • Parents’ involvement in school governance
      • Limited efforts on school side
      • Limited effectiveness of parents engagement in meaningful ways due to:
        • Lack of parents’ interest
        • Lack of parents’ time
        • Lack of parents’ communication skills
complication 1
Complication 1.
  • Two cultures, misunderstandings
epstein s theory of parent involvement
Epstein’s theory of parent involvement

Connecting family, school and community through: parenting, communication, volunteering, learning at home, decision-making, collaboration with the community

family-like school

school-like family

sheridan and kratochwill s model of family school partnership
Sheridan and Kratochwill’s model of family-school partnership

Goals of family-school partnership:

a. creating meaningful roles for family members

b. promoting continuity

c. enhancing competencies of all participants.

complication 2
Complication 2.
  • Mutually exclusive expectations
complication 4
Complication 4.
  • Parents differ
who gets involved and why predictors of parental involvement
Who gets involved and why: predictors of parental involvement

TYPES OF PARENTS

(Smit, Driessen, Sluiter & Sleegers, 2007)

who gets involved and why predictors of parental involvement14
Who gets involved and why: predictors of parental involvement

TYPES OF PARENTS

(Smit, Driessen, Sluiter & Sleegers, 2007)

who gets involved and why predictors of parental involvement15
Who gets involved and why: predictors of parental involvement

TYPES OF PARENTS

(Smit, Driessen, Sluiter & Sleegers, 2007)

complication 5
Complication 5.
  • Teachers matter but…
complication 6
Complication 6.
  • Trust conflict
between cooperation and conflict teacher and parent perceptions of parental involvement
Between cooperation and conflict: teacher and parent perceptions of parental involvement

The origin of unsatisfactory teacher-parent communication is perceived to lie within the school who should initiate the collaboration being more responsive to parental and children’s needs (Lawson, 2003)