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|Longitudinal Study:||LSAC||Title:||Continuity and change in family engagement in home learning activities across the early years||Authors:||Hayes, Nicole||Institution:||Queensland University of Technology||Issue Date:||24-Jul-2015||Pages:||354||Keywords:||language development
home learning environment
|Abstract:||This research utilised data from The Longitudinal Study of Australian Children and explored continuity and change in parental engagement in home learning activities with young children. The findings indicated a decrease over time in parental engagement with children, from age to 2-3 years to 6-7 years. Rate of decrease impacted negatively on learning outcomes for language and literacy, and mathematical thinking, in the early years of school, when children were aged 6-7 years. Shared reading with children and interactions around everyday home activities and play, in which children and parents participate together, impact on children's later development.||URL:||http://eprints.qut.edu.au/84653/||Keywords:||Children -- Outcomes; Child Development; Children -- Early childhood; Child Development -- Speech and Language; Families -- Parents and Parenting||Research collection:||Theses and student dissertations|
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