Categorias

Apostolado da Oração

Pesquisa

Implementação de um Programa de Educação Parental em Contexto Escolar

Implementação de um Programa de Educação Parental em Contexto Escolar

Sónia Margarida Pereira e Cristina Antunes, «Implementação de um Programa de Educação Parental em Contexto Escolar», em Novos Desafios, Novas Competências: Contributos Atuais da Psicologia, ed. Paulo C. Dias et al., Psicologia 7 (Braga: Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia, 2016), 127–40, DOI 10.17990/Axi/2016_9789726972679_127

Mais detalhes

À venda À venda!
10,00 €

9789726972679_127

Disponível apenas on-line



  • Implementação de um Programa de Educação Parental em Contexto Escolar

    Type Book Section
    Editor Paulo C. Dias
    Editor Armanda Gonçalves
    Editor Ângela Azevedo
    Editor Fátima Lobo
    Author Sónia Margarida Pereira
    Author Cristina Antunes
    URL https://doi.org/10.17990/Axi/2016_9789726972679_127
    Rights © 2016 Aletheia - Associação Científica e Cultural
    Series Psicologia
    Place Braga
    Publisher Axioma - Publicações da Faculdade de Filosofia
    Pages 127-140
    ISBN 978-972-697-267-9
    Date 2016
    Series Number 7
    Language Portuguese
    Abstract The present study aimed to implement and evaluate a program of Parental Education and to study the relationship between the perception of parental educational competence (self-efficacy beliefs and satisfaction), parents’ self-esteem, and their children’s behavior and academic performance before and after the implementation of the program. Considering that the first years of school for a child require some changes in terms of family dynamics and generates some anxiety and anguish related to the expectations created, the program was built for a population of couples with children attending the first and second school grade years. It was based on an experimental methodology, with an experimental group (EG) and control group (CG). The instruments used were: Questionnaire of Perceptions of Parental Competence (Terrisse & Trudelle, 1988), which evaluates the feeling of Parental Educational self-efficacy, and satisfaction and the Rosenberg’s Self Esteem Scale. It was also used the SWAN Rating Scale which assesses children’s behavior from the perspective of teachers and the school performance was assessed through children’s grades before and after the Program. The results revealed significant differences in values before and after the implementation of the program, just on perceptions of parental self-efficacy which were higher in parents who attended the program. The subjective evaluation of the program carried on by the participating parents led to the conclusion that the program had a positive emotional impact on parents who participated. The limits and potential of the parental training programs are discussed after the results obtained with this research.
    Book Title Novos Desafios, Novas Competências: Contributos Atuais da Psicologia
    Date Added 21/12/2016, 17:40:57
    Modified 22/12/2016, 10:18:38

    Tags:

    • child behavior
    • parental education
    • parental perceptions of self-efficacy
    • parental self-esteem
    • school performance

    Notes:

    • Anderson, E. A., Kohler, J. K., & Letiecq, B. L. (2002). Low-income fathers and “responsible fatherhood” programs: A qualitative investigation of participants experiences. Family Relations, 51 (2), 148-155.
      Ardelt, M., & Eccles, S. E., (2001). Effects of mothers’ parental efficacy beliefs and promotive parenting strategies on inner-city youth. Journal of Family Issues, 22 (8), 944-972.
      Barros, L. (1992). Estudo de um programa desenvolvimentista para mães de bebés de risco. Psychologica, 8, 95-111.
      Blechman, E. A. (1984). Competent parents, competent children: Behavioral objectives of parenting training. In R. F. Dangel & R. A. Polster (Eds.), Parenting training (pp 34-66). New York: The Guilford Press
      Costa, J. G., Antunes, C., Além, A., Gouveia, L., Castro, E., & Azevedo, C. (2010). Questionnaire d´autoévaluation de la compétence éducative parentale (Terrisse & Trudelle, 1988): application sur un échantillon de parents d´adolescents portugais. Educazione familiare e servizi per l´infanzia (Vol. 1, pp. 180-186). Florença: Firenze University Press
      Del Prette, Z. A., & Del Prette A. (2001) Psicologia das relações interpessoais: Vivências para o trabalho em grupo. Petrópolis: Editora Vozes.
      Dumka, L. E., Roosa, M. W., Michaels, M. L., & Suh, K. W. (1995). Using research and theory to develop prevention programs for high risk families. Family Relations, 44(1), 78–86.
      Goodyear, R. K., & Rubovits, J. J. (1982). Parent-Education: A model for low- income parents. The Personnel and Guidance Journal, 60 (7), 409-412.
      Gordon, T. (1970). Parent effectiveness training. The tested new way to raise responsible children. New York: Peter H. Wyden, Inc.
      Machado, M., & Morgado, R.B. (1992). A educação parental: Delineamentos para uma intervenção. Análise Psicológica, 10 (1), 43-49.
      Mathews, J. M., & Hudson, A.M. (2001). Guidelines for evaluating parent training programs. Family Relations, 50 (1), 77-86.
      Medway, F. J. (1989). Measuring the effectiveness of parent education. In M. J. Fine (Ed.), The second handbook on parent education – contemporary perspectives (pp. 237-256). California: Academic Press, Inc.
      Merkel, R. M., & Wright, T. (2012). Parental self-efficacy and online support among parents of children diagnosed with type 1 diabetes mellitus. Pediatric Nursing, 38 (6), 303-308.
       Mitchell, A. E., & Fraser, A. F.  (2011). Parents’ self-efficacy, outcome expectations, and self-reported task performance when managing atopic dermatitis in children: Instrument reliability and validity. International Journal of Nursing Studies, 48, 215–226.
      Ribeiro, M. J. (2003). Ser família: Construção, implementação e avaliação de um programa de educação parental. Universidade do Minho: Dissertação de mestrado.
      Rogers, C. R. (1983). Terapia centrada no paciente (2ª Ed.). Lisboa: Moraes Editores.
      Rogers, C. R. (1986). Grupos de encontro (6ª Ed.). Lisboa: Moraes Editores.
      Sells, S. P., Smith, T. E., & Sprenkle, D. H. (1995). Integrating qualitative and quantitative research methods: a research model. Family Process, 34, 199-218.
      Sevigny, P. R., & Loutzenhiser, L. (2009). Predictors of parent self-efficacy in mothers and fathers of toddlers. Child: Care, Health and Development, 36 (2), 179-189.
      Simões, A. (1992). Ulterior validação de uma escala de satisfação com a vida (SWLS). Revista Portuguesa de Pedagogia, 26 (3), 503-515.
      Steca, P., Bassi, M., Caprara, G. V., & Fave, A. (2011).  Parents’ self-efficacy beliefs and their children’s psychosocial adaptation during adolescence. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 40, 320-331.
      Terrisse, B., & Trudelle, D. (1988). Le Questionnaire d’Autoévaluation de la Compétence Éducative Parentale (QAECEP). Groupe de Recherche en Adaptation Scolaire et Sociale, Département des Sciences de l’Éducation. Université du Québec à Montreal.
      Thompson, R. W., Grow, C. R., Ruma, P. R., Daly, D. L., & Burke, R. V. (1993). Evaluation of a practical parenting program with middle- and low-income families. Family Relations, 42, 21-25.
      Webster-Stratton, C., & Herbert, M. (1994). Troubled families – problem children. Working with parents: a collaborative process. Chichester: Wiley.

Carrinho  

Sem produtos

Envio 0,00 €
Total 0,00 €

Carrinho Encomendar

PayPal

Pesquisa