educational psychology

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educational psychology

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(Psychology) the study of methods of training and teaching and their effectiveness, and of the problems experienced in learning formal material; in particular, the study of how to help people, esp school children, with learning problems to overcome their difficulties
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By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO - 12 November 2017: The Wellness Hub will be hosting a workshop that will be giving parents tips on how to manage children's behavior problems .
Cross-tabulations with Pearson's Chisquare were conducted to tests for differences in children's behavior problems. Cramer's V is the standardized measure of effect size for Pearson's chi-square.
The first four years have a regent teacher, which is the main teacher involved in class, so this study aimed to evaluate children's behavior problems in this context because this teacher has a whole evaluation of each child, instead of an evaluation per discipline.
Most fathers reported they now have enough confidence to manage their children's behavior problems in the present and future and felt no need for further parenting support.
Are foster parents reliable informants of children's behavior problems? Child: Care, Health, & Development, 30, 167-175.
This questionnaire included an item about the degree of severity of children's behavior problems as perceived by their mothers.
Children's behavior problems have been found to affect their school adjustment as well as learning outcomes in adolescent and adult life (Mitchell & Hauser-Cram, 2009; Campbell, 2002; Kroes et al., 2002; Reid & Patterson, 1989).
PRELIMINARY INVESTIGATION OF AN EARLY MENTAL HEALTH INTERVENTION FOR HEAD START PROGRAMS: Effects of Child Teacher Relationship Training on Children's Behavior Problems. Mary O.
But they conceded that "our measure of child abuse through caregiver report of Child Protective Services involvement likely underestimates abuse." Likewise, their measure of "caregiver psychological symptoms," which were associated with children's behavior problems, may not have captured all of the relevant differences between women who use meth when they're pregnant and women who don't.
At two timepoints (kindergarten and third grade), mothers reported how often they spanked their children in the last week while teachers reported children's behavior problems.
Parental inconsistent discipline, little positive interaction, little monitoring and insufficient supervision of children's activities have been found to strengthen children's behavior problems (Patterson et al., 2002).

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