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Moen, Amanda L.; Sheridan, Susan M. – Journal of Psychoeducational Assessment, 2020
The current study reports the evidence for the reliability (via coefficient [alpha], coefficient [omega]) and validity (via confirmatory factor analysis, correlations) of the Teacher Efficacy for Promoting Partnership measure. Participants were 255 in-service Head Start educators from all Head Start regions across the United States. Educators were…
Descriptors: Psychometrics, Teacher Effectiveness, Early Childhood Teachers, Test Reliability
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Smith, Tyler E.; Sheridan, Susan M. – Journal of Educational and Psychological Consultation, 2019
When families are engaged in their education, children's academic, behavioral, and social-emotional development is indirectly supported. Many teacher-training programs (TTPs) focused on preparing teachers to communicate and work with families have been developed, although inconsistencies regarding their effectiveness exist. The current…
Descriptors: Family Involvement, Family School Relationship, Parent Teacher Cooperation, Teacher Attitudes
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Rispoli, Kristin M.; Sheridan, Susan M. – Advances in School Mental Health Promotion, 2017
Associated with complex developmental, personal, and environmental risk factors, adolescent parents have been found to display higher rates of unfavorable parenting practices than adult parents, placing their children at high risk for social, emotional and behavioral concerns. Nevertheless, interventions targeting this group often focus solely on…
Descriptors: Adolescents, Parents, Intervention, Child Rearing
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Sheridan, Susan M.; Koziol, Natalie; Witte, Amanda L.; Iruka, Iheoma; Knoche, Lisa L. – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2020
The transition to kindergarten is foundational for children's future school performance and families' relationships with the educational system. Despite its well-documented benefits, few studies have explored family engagement across the pre-Kindergarten (pre-K) to kindergarten transition nor considered the role of geographic context during this…
Descriptors: Family Involvement, Preschool Children, Kindergarten, Student Adjustment
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Marvin, Christine A.; Moen, Amanda L.; Knoche, Lisa L.; Sheridan, Susan M. – Young Exceptional Children, 2020
It is generally accepted that warm and meaningful parent-child interactions during children's earliest years of life play an important part in supporting young children's cognitive, language, and social-emotional development. In addition, connections between children's home and any out-of-home early childhood experiences are viewed as important to…
Descriptors: Young Children, Parent Child Relationship, Professional Personnel, Interpersonal Relationship
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Smith, Tyler E.; Sheridan, Susan M.; Kim, Elizabeth M.; Park, Sunyoung; Beretvas, S. Natasha – Educational Psychology Review, 2020
Family-school partnership (FSP) interventions capitalize on connections between families and schools, as parents and teachers jointly promote child development through activities that bridge both settings. The current meta-analysis assessed the effects of FSP interventions on children's academic and social-emotional competencies. From initial…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Partnerships in Education, Program Effectiveness, Intervention
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Moen, Amanda L.; Sheridan, Susan M.; Schumacher, Rachel E.; Cheng, Katherine C. – Early Childhood Education Journal, 2019
The current study reports the results of a study examining the relationship between classroom climate and the development of the student-teacher relationship for young children at-risk. Participants were 267 children and 93 early educators. All children were from low income backgrounds and were experiencing developmental concerns in the area of…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Preschool Children, Preschool Teachers, Disadvantaged
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Sheridan, Susan M.; Smith, Tyler E.; Moorman Kim, Elizabeth; Beretvas, S. Natasha; Park, Sunyoung – Review of Educational Research, 2019
This meta-analysis examined the effects of family-school interventions on children's social-behavioral competence and mental health. One hundred and seventeen group design studies yielding 592 effect sizes constituted the current sample. Random effects models were estimated when calculating each pooled effect size estimate, and mixed effects…
Descriptors: Meta Analysis, Family School Relationship, Parent Teacher Conferences, Mental Health
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Sheridan, Susan M.; Koziol, Natalie; Witte, Amanda L.; Iruka, Iheoma; Knoche, Lisa L. – Grantee Submission, 2019
The transition to kindergarten is foundational for children's future school performance and families' relationships with the educational system. Despite its well-documented benefits, few studies have explored family engagement across the pre-Kindergarten (pre-K) to kindergarten transition nor considered the role of geographic context during this…
Descriptors: Family Involvement, Preschool Children, Kindergarten, Student Adjustment
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Sheridan, Susan M.; Witte, Amanda L.; Wheeler, Lorey A.; Eastberg, Samantha R. A.; Dizona, Paul J.; Gormley, Matthew J. – School Psychology, 2019
Challenging behavior problems are common in early childhood and, if left untreated, may escalate into more severe and intractable problems in adolescence and early adulthood. This trajectory is of particular importance in rural schools, where disruptive behaviors are more prominent than in urban and suburban schools. Conjoint behavioral…
Descriptors: Behavior Problems, Rural Schools, Behavior Modification, Consultation Programs
Sheridan, Susan M.; Witte, Amanda L.; Holmes, Shannon; Wu, ChaoRong; Bhatia, Sonya A.; Angell, Samantha – Grantee Submission, 2017
This study reports the results of a randomized controlled trial examining the effect of Conjoint Behavioral Consultation (CBC), a family-school partnership intervention, on children's behaviors, parents' skills, and parent-teacher relationships in rural community and town settings. Participants were 267 children, 267 parents, and 152 teachers in…
Descriptors: Randomized Controlled Trials, Consultation Programs, Program Effectiveness, Family School Relationship
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Semke, Carrie A.; Sheridan, Susan M. – School Community Journal, 2012
Parental participation and cooperation in children's educational experiences is positively related to important student outcomes. It is becoming increasingly evident that context is a significant factor in understanding academic achievement, and the setting in which a child, family, and school is situated is among the salient contexts influencing…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Rural Schools, Research Methodology, Family Involvement
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Kwon, Kyongboon; Kim, Elizabeth Moorman; Sheridan, Susan M. – Child & Youth Care Forum, 2014
Background: Positive attitudes toward school have been suggested as a meaningful indicator of school engagement among elementary children. The current study was guided by a social cognitive developmental perspective which suggests that social cognitions, including beliefs, play an important role in children's adjustment outcomes. Objective: The…
Descriptors: Beliefs, Student Attitudes, Elementary School Students, Grade 3
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Schwehr, Ethan; Bocanegra, Joel O.; Kwon, Kyongboon; Sheridan, Susan M. – Contemporary School Psychology, 2014
This study was an examination of the possible influence of a child's pre-identified disability on parent and teacher behavior ratings and whether a child's disability status affected parent ratings, when controlling for parenting stress. The sample included 206 kindergarten through third grade students and their teachers and parents from a…
Descriptors: Parent Attitudes, Disability Identification, Children, Stress Variables
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Sheridan, Susan M. – School Psychology Review, 2009
Homework is a reality in the lives of most American school children. At its best, homework is a highly useful and appropriate strategy. At its worst, it can wreak havoc in the lives of many children and families who fail to master behavioral and environmental routines that create conditions and patterns conducive for optimal performance. Thus,…
Descriptors: Homework, Learning Problems, School Psychologists, Parent Role
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