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Children's search roles at home: Implications for designers, researchers, educators, and parents

Elizabeth Foss, Allison Druin, Robin Brewer, Phillip Lo, Luis Sanchez, Evan Golub, Hilary Hutchinson
2011 Journal of the American Society for Information Science and Technology  
These roles and trends are used to make recommendations to designers, researchers, educators, and parents about the directions to take when considering how to best aid children to become search literate  ...  This paper presents the results of a large-scale, qualitative study conducted in the homes of children aged 7, 9, and 11 investigating Internet searching processes on Google.  ...  We would like to thank Dan Russell and Robin Jefferies for their support and encouragement. This research was made possible with a Google University Research Grant.  ... 
doi:10.1002/asi.21700 fatcat:3vcig4zmqvfwza2b56tydcilb4

Parents as Coresearchers at Home

Lisa M. Given, Denise Cantrell Winkler, Rebekah Willson, Christina Davidson, Susan Danby, Karen Thorpe
2016 International Journal of Qualitative Methods  
Funding The author(s) received no financial support for the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ...  The author(s) declared no potential conflicts of interest with respect to the research, authorship, and/or publication of this article.  ...  Taking on one of these roles is a conscious, planned part of the investigation, with implications for research design and, ultimately, quality of data and analysis.  ... 
doi:10.1177/1609406915621403 fatcat:rjrb75xtlnd3fdof5smgm6esmi

Exploring the Quotidian in Young Children's Lives at Home

Lydia Plowman, Olivia Stevenson
2013 Home Cultures  
of engagement when conducting research that generates insights into children's everyday lives at home.  ...  The challenges of conducting research in the home, especially with preschool children, mean that the role of the home as a site for research is often overlooked by educationalists.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Young children learning with toys and technology at home was funded by the Economic and Social Research Council (grant RES-062-23-0507).  ... 
doi:10.2752/175174213x13739735973381 fatcat:7vyawbjgzrg6tmuk3eanchmziu

Technology and school–home communication

J. S. Goodall
2016 International Journal of Pedagogies and Learning  
This paper examines the linked concepts of school-home communications, and parental engagement in children's learning, both of which are vital for supporting learning, particularly at times of transition  ...  The paper concludes with challenges and recommendations for policy makers, researchers and practitioners. 1.  ...  The connection to parental engagement in children's learning is emphasized by this model, particularly as research has affirmed the value of parental attitudes toward learning (and education and schooling  ... 
doi:10.1080/22040552.2016.1227252 fatcat:kmwn6kxesrbadbtb7cgjyqpvge

The influence of children's gender and age on children's use of digital media at home

Natalia Kucirkova, Karen Littleton, Antonios Kyparissiadis
2017 British Journal of Educational Technology  
The study provides a more secure understanding of the factors that influence parental perceptions of their children's digital media use at home, which has implications for policy-makers, digital designers  ...  This study is the first to systematically investigate the influence of child gender and age, on parents' perceptions of UK children's digital media use at home.  ...  The implications of this research for our study are that children's gender might play a role in a number of subtle ways related to technology-use at home, which are typically reported, and often determined  ... 
doi:10.1111/bjet.12543 fatcat:3tluwmztifartjcx4duoizaeza

Home Literacy and Numeracy Environments in Asia

Sum Kwing Cheung, Katrina May Dulay, Xiujie Yang, Fateme Mohseni, Catherine McBride
2021 Frontiers in Psychology  
The home learning environment includes what parents do to stimulate children's literacy and numeracy skills at home and their overall beliefs and attitudes about children's learning.  ...  Specifically, we explore how parents in these places perceive their roles in children's early literacy and numeracy development, the methods they regard as effective for promoting young children's literacy  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS We would like to thank Faustine Beloso for her efforts in aiding this research.  ... 
doi:10.3389/fpsyg.2021.578764 pmid:33790821 pmcid:PMC8006415 fatcat:kbi2abj365ec7mtxasiedpxufa

Researching Young Children's Everyday Uses of Technology in the Family Home

Lydia Plowman
2014 Interacting with computers  
their home and guides the choice of appropriate research methods. • The role of parents' ethnotheories in shaping their child's experiences of technology is described. • Research methods appropriate for  ...  studying young children's uses of technology in the home are described.  ...  FUNDING Young Children Learning with Toys and Technology at Home was funded by the UK Economic and Social Research Council (RES-062-23-0507).  ... 
doi:10.1093/iwc/iwu031 fatcat:wlj56ed5j5ex5gqnbkw6um2wky

ICT-Supported Home-Based Learning in K-12: a Systematic Review of Research and Implementation

Yun Wen, Choon Lang Quek Gwendoline, Sin Yee Lau
2021 TechTrends  
However, the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated the implementation of Home-based Learning (HBL) for educators, parents, and students on an unprecedented duration and scale.  ...  As such, this study aims to shed light on the prerequisites needed for implementing HBL and suggest its future research direction.  ...  In Stage 1, two online research databases (ERIC via EBSCOhost Web and ISI Web of Science) well known with regard to education and technology were used to search for home-based learning articles published  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11528-020-00570-9 pmid:33458719 pmcid:PMC7801563 fatcat:doolkwddzzh2dcs24trji35l54

Partnership Working between Home and School [chapter]

Michelle Samantha Brinn
2020 Parenting [Working Title]  
This chapter will explore the concept of home school partnerships within British early years education.  ...  Nonetheless, partnership working between home and school remains fraught with practical and conceptual complexities and may necessitate the mutual renegotiation of the constructs of 'parent' and 'professional  ...  at home and school.  ... 
doi:10.5772/intechopen.94198 fatcat:ffmxk2y2wvcr3ffeoyh2tno6ge

Mobile Digital Devices and Preschoolers' Home Multiliteracy Practices

Suzanna So-har Wong
2015 Language and Literacy: A Canadian Educational e-journal  
The increased use of digital devices such as touchscreen tablets in the home for work, communication, entertainment, and information searching makes them naturally attractive to toddlers and preschoolers  ...  who learn to communicate by observing and interacting with parents and older siblings.  ...  the important role of digital cultural in young children's daily lives at home.  ... 
doi:10.20360/g2cp49 fatcat:pgeqsxulvzb7rf2w6ghoie24zq

A Review of the Research on Childminding: Understanding Children's Experiences in Home-Based Childcare Settings

Lynn Ang, Elizabeth Brooker, Christine Stephen
2016 Early Childhood Education Journal  
Despite growing interest in childminding at the policy level and some international research on understanding home-based childcare settings and practices, there remains a relative dearth of studies conceptualising  ...  This paper addresses this gap by presenting the findings of a comprehensive database search for literature and a review of published international work from 1990 to 2013.  ...  The search entailed the use of the five research databases: Education and Resources in Education Index (ERIC), Taylor and Francis Educational Database, British Educational Index, Australian Education Index  ... 
doi:10.1007/s10643-016-0773-2 fatcat:mcbkd5htkffyncx62fioyqg7xy

"In a Proper Home"

Ann-Sofie Bergman
2016 Journal of Family History  
These boards were responsible for placing children with foster parents and for supervising foster homes.  ...  In all times and in all societies, there have been children who for various reasons have not been able to grow up with their biological parents.  ...  Children became dependent on their parents for longer, a time that would be spent in play, education, and gradual preparation for life as adults. 95 The role of parents, and in this case foster parents  ... 
doi:10.1177/0363199016635493 fatcat:ejtrmncr3rbhdlaedsvdauoipy

A re‐engineering framework for total home‐school partnership

Wai Ming Tam, Yin Cheong Cheng, Wing Ming Cheung
1997 International Journal of Educational Management  
The role of the parent is mainly to provide the necessary conditions for family education to take place at home, and to strive for more opportunity to participate in their children's education.  ...  285 Table IV IV Conditions for implementing total home-school partnership Conditions for a successful home-school partnership Perspectives Role of the school Role of the parents Role of the education  ... 
doi:10.1108/09513549710186911 fatcat:idyxot7qircgja4zm2m2chttcy

Factor Analyses of Measures of Home Environment

Arthur J. Reynolds, Jason S. Lee
1991 Educational and Psychological Measurement  
A second implication supports the need to include proximate influences in models designed to assess the effects of the home environment on educational and psychological outcomes.  ...  (as measured by parental expectations for 190 EDUCATIONAL AND PSYCHOLOGICAL MEASUREMENT their children’s educational attainment and parent’s belief in the value of planning for events), and behavioral  ... 
doi:10.1177/0013164491511018 fatcat:kyjlluv3vndsnns6efuzk3yxku

Approaches to better engage parent–child in health home-visiting programmes

Winsome Lam, Angela Dawson, Cathrine Fowler
2016 Journal of Child Health Care  
The findings suggest there is a need to develop a consistent home visiting approach that includes comprehensive assessments as part of the planning phases and parent and child involvement at each step  ...  Parents and children did not appear to be actively involved in undertaking the assessments and evaluation of the home-visiting health promotion programmes.  ...  Besides, enabling parents to take greater ownership in the design of health education programmes can help to ensure parents reinforce health messages in the home (Golley et al., 2011) .  ... 
doi:10.1177/1367493516653260 pmid:27313225 fatcat:tzpbifedv5dpziovf5ugmdmrca
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