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Social values and authority in education: collaboration between school and families
Authors: Bernal-Martínez-de-Soria, A. (Aurora)
Urpí-Guercia, C. (Carmen)
Rivas-Borrell, S. (Sonia)
Repáraz, R. (Rosario)
Keywords: Materias Investigacion::Educación::Enseñanza y actividad profesional
School
Family
Education
Issue Date: 2011
Publisher: ERNAPE
Publisher version: http://www.ernape.net/ejournal/index.php/IJPE/article/viewFile/172/119
ISSN: 1973 - 3518
Citation: Bernal Martínez de Soria, A.; Urpí Guercia, C.; Rivas Borrell, S. y Repáraz, R., (2011). "Social values and authority in education: collaboration between school and families". International Journal about Parents in Education, 5 (2), 134-143
Abstract
A coordinated approach involving both school and families is essential for education to be successful. Mutual support and the satisfaction to teachers and parents alike are particularly important in the area of education in values. We carry out a pilot study, from which we obtained enough information to design and apply family education programmes in the future. In this paper, we explain the design and implementation of the programme: 1) a brief state of the question and a review of some recent bibliography; 2) the stages in which this pilot project was put into practice; 3) some conclusions will be drawn as a guide for future work in this area. The school with which we made our action-research agreement was San Viator (Vitoria, Spain), an independent school with some public funding. The headmaster, the coordinator, and the school counsellor were the professionals who collaborated directly with our project. The educational goal was to provide guidance for parents with children in years 3 and 4 (aged 8 to 10), and the school itself invited these parents to take part in the programme. Out of 75 families at the school, 40 expressed interest, 26 (fathers and mothers) took part in the diagnosis, and 12 mothers participated in the programme.
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10171/22763
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