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Grinshtain, Yael; Harpaz, Gal – School Community Journal, 2023
The present research examined helping relations among Israeli Arab and Jewish parents by focusing on collaboration between parents and teachers, parental self-efficacy, and help-seeking orientations from teachers: autonomy, dependency, and avoidance of help-seeking. The difference between the two main forms of help--autonomy and…
Descriptors: Arabs, Jews, Parents, Cooperation
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Bigham, Saterah; McDaniel, Sara C. – School Community Journal, 2023
Preschool aged children's social and emotional adjustment impacts their behavior across settings. Providing high-quality early intervention services that enhance social and emotional skills can help prepare children for formal schooling and improve social and behavioral outcomes. The summer prior to Kindergarten presents a unique opportunity for…
Descriptors: Social Emotional Learning, Student Behavior, Summer Programs, Early Intervention
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Chehaib, Hiba; Rodríguez-Campos, Liliana; Todd, Anjanette – School Community Journal, 2023
This article describes how evaluators and stakeholders could combine their expertise to collaboratively evaluate a program designed to promote mental health in the school environment. The program, called Youth Mental Health First Aid USA (YMHFA), was designed to help young people cope with the early stages of mental health concerns. Specifically,…
Descriptors: Health Promotion, Mental Health, Program Effectiveness, Coping
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McCauley, Carlas; Webb, Julie; Abdelrahim, Suzanne; Mahmoud-Tabana, Soha – School Community Journal, 2023
This article explores an action-oriented research study designed to provide better understanding of ways to leverage school and community partnership through family engagement, focusing on the development and enactment of an approach to nurture family-school partnerships. Specifically, in partnership with seven school districts, a team of…
Descriptors: School Community Relationship, Bilingual Students, Family School Relationship, Family Involvement
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White, Kelley Mayer; Vossler, Kelly – School Community Journal, 2023
Previous research has established long-term benefits for children's successful transition to kindergarten. Yet a majority of the research focuses on teacher and school practices that occur before the first day of school, and less is known about instructional practices teachers use to build community and establish procedures at the beginning of the…
Descriptors: Teacher Student Relationship, Classroom Techniques, Student Adjustment, Kindergarten
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Fox, Kathy R. – School Community Journal, 2023
School to home communication has often been seen as a one-way path, with homework and other materials serving children and families while teachers were the facilitators. When schools were forced to rapidly switch instruction from face-to-face classrooms to entering kitchens, living rooms, and other spaces to deliver virtual instruction, teachers…
Descriptors: Teachers, Family Literacy, Family School Relationship, Homework
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Buxton, Cory; McIntosh, Kathryn; Ettenauer, Barbara; Thompson, Karen – School Community Journal, 2023
We report on a project to support teachers and district administrators working with multilingual learners as they deepened relationships and understandings with multilingual families in five Oregon school districts. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, which radically shifted the ways educators engaged with students' families, we repurposed this ongoing…
Descriptors: Student Diversity, Language Usage, COVID-19, Pandemics
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Xiong, Zha Blong; Her, Malina; Yunizar, Cahya – School Community Journal, 2023
Parental involvement is well-documented in the literature. Although research suggests a strong positive association between parental involvement and children's educational outcomes, few studies have examined parental involvement at home with children who attend charter schools, especially with small immigrant groups such as the Hmong. Therefore,…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Hmong People, Parents, Charter Schools
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Solvason, Carla; Watson, Nicola; Tillsley, Jaimie Emily; Correia, Daniel Bizarro – School Community Journal, 2023
In the United Kingdom (U.K.), all students who are studying for a Bachelor of Arts degree need to complete a piece of independent research in order to gain their "honours" (U.S. "honors") status. As a university faculty we have very specific ideas about the purpose of this research and the positive impact that we hope that it…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Student Research, Cooperation, Theses
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Agam Ben Artzi, Galit; Greenbank, Alicia – School Community Journal, 2023
This study examines teachers' attitudes towards parental involvement in five areas: general attitudes, passive involvement in the educational process, active involvement in the educational process, giving and receiving services, and school policy. The study mainly aimed to establish what the differences are, if any, between the attitudes of…
Descriptors: Foreign Countries, Teacher Attitudes, Parent Participation, Parent School Relationship
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Keyes, Tasha Seneca; Heath, Ryan D. – School Community Journal, 2023
Past research suggests that a sense of belonging to a community is developmentally important for adolescents and affects their engagement in school, especially during the transition to high school. However, little research examines the teaching practices that simultaneously foster classroom belonging and behavioral engagement to create a classroom…
Descriptors: Teaching Methods, Student Attitudes, Learner Engagement, Classroom Environment
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Egure, Dominic Siami; Curry, Katherine; Fiegener, Ashlyn M.; Kim, Younglong; Akinrinmade, Bodunrin – School Community Journal, 2023
The purpose of this qualitative case study was to investigate, through the lens of Adult Learning Theory, the perceived influence of TeleNGAGE on educators' and families' capacity to collaborate in equitable and transformative ways. Findings suggest that educators' and families' capacity for collaborative problem-solving was enhanced through…
Descriptors: Family School Relationship, Equal Education, Problem Solving, Case Studies
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Boulden, Rawn; Brown, Candice – School Community Journal, 2022
This study explored Appalachian school counselors' experiences responding to the ongoing opioid epidemic within their respective school communities, an underexplored topic in educational and school counseling research. In response to this gap, we utilized a transcendental phenomenological approach to explore the lived experiences of five school…
Descriptors: School Counselors, Experience, Narcotics, Drug Abuse
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Strom, Paris S.; Hendon, Kelli L.; Strom, Robert D.; Wang, Chih-hsuan – School Community Journal, 2022
Enabling students, teachers, and parents to become more informed about stress during adolescence can improve student emotional and social support. This article documents the growing problem of student stress and resulting effects on mental health. Students (Grades 9-12) at one public high school in the southern United States were invited by the…
Descriptors: High School Students, Stress Variables, Mental Health, Scores
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Fields, Erica; DeLisi, Jackie; Kook, Janna; Winfield, Lukas; Levy, Abigail Jurist – School Community Journal, 2022
Science fairs have been around for decades, yet their critics question the extent to which parent involvement shapes students' investigations and creates inequitable experiences. Parent involvement in the science fair has been viewed as objectionable by parents themselves. However, research has shown that parent support can play a vital role in…
Descriptors: Parent Participation, Science Fairs, Equal Education, Middle School Students
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