Essay - Parents Involvement in Early Childhood Education Action Research Outline Abstract...

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Action Research Outline


Chapter I: Introduction

Problem Statement


Description of Community

Description ***** Work Settings

***** II: Introduction

Problem Description

Problem Documentation

Literature Review

Causative Analysis

Chapter III: Outcomes and Evaluation

***** and Expectations

Expected Outcomes

Measurement of *****

***** of Results

Chapter IV: Solution Strategy

Statement of Problem


***** ***** Selected Solutions




***** the success rate of students with uninvolved parents in their education is important. Th***** research is designed to improve the success rate of parents' involvement in their children's early childhood education. *****e researcher found that 50 of the 100 students ***** ***** preschool whose parents do not communicate school and do not support children's education at home. These children are identified as slow learners ***** not getting ready for the next step of their educ*****ion. Analys***** of the data and a review of student portfolios and progress reports indicate ***** of the 100 ***** are receiving failing grades in one or more of ***** academic are***** and not prepared for the next grade. Teachers' grade rosters indicate that these students do not turn in homework assignments regularly and they are not learn*****g basic reading, math and other skills. The researcher ***** that the community is experiencing a rapid growth of illegal immigrants, minimum wage ***** and jobless parents, 65% ***** the population is African America and 35% of the ***** is Hispanic. 25 percent population is illegal *****. 50% of th***** population works for minimum ***** and some of them work two jobs to support ***** families. 50% of the parents are single parents. 40 percent parents are limited English speaking. The writer recommended multi-faced solution strategies ***** improve this *****'s involvement in their ***** education. Researcher believes *****, family ***** is an important aspect of the learning process. Many families are not aw***** ***** how important ***** involvement ***** to their child's academic *****. ***** purpose of ***** ***** involvement plan is to educate parents and families ***** to get involved and be an effective supporter of the ***** process. The ***** believes that, providing ***** with the knowledge needed, will enable ***** to become parents that are more effective and create strong lines of communication between home and school. The researcher also suggests school to reform the communication method ***** trained teachers and staffs to become an active part of the family involvement plan. The researcher believes schools and educational professionals must provide information and resources for parents and ***** to help their children at home. Teachers have a variety of suggestions and resources ***** can be shared with parents in order to ***** support a child's newly acquired academic skills and learning. The ***** described in this paper provides families with research based ***** to allow ***** ***** make ***** choices for their ***** to help them practice literacy skills and provide opportunities for parents to be ***** ***** their child's learning. Research supports the fact that children who have *****


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