Rethinking adult learning in family engagement programs

“Every function in the child’s cultural development appears twice: First, on the social level, and later, on the individual level, First between people and then inside the child.” – Vygotsky (1896-1934) Laughter, bewilderment, amazement, and revelation erupted amongst children and their families as they engagingly played with various tools, from the simple, low-tech measuring cups

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Parent Engagement Bibliography

As researchers dive more in-depth into a topic to study, an annotated bibliography comes handy. The following Parent Engagement studies are in Bibliography format, describing ten research studies (including mix, qualitative, & quantitative). Balli, S. J., Demo, D. H., & Wedman, J. F. (1998). Family Involvement with Children’s Homework: An Intervention in the Middle Grades. Family

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Life as a Doctoral Student

In honor of #NationalHigherEducation day, PBS SoCal featured two classmates and I on a blog post, discussing our first-year experiences as EdD students at Pepperdine University. We reflected on what the Doctor of Organizational Leadership and Doctor of Education in Learning Technologies means for the three of us. Read more here —> On #NationalHigherEdDay first year EdD

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