Evidence – Based Research

It’s a three-way relationship between you, your child and their teacher. Successful parental engagement is continuous. Kids are born to learn, and parental engagement needs to start from infancy and be maintained throughout childhood and well into teenage years and early adulthood.

Parental engagement in learning and schooling: Lessons from research

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This report provides a synopsis of the literature pertaining to parental engagement in at home and school. On the basis of the evidence in the literature, it identifies those approaches which have the greatest influence and impact on student outcomes. Given the clear benefits of positive parental engagement in student learning, by way of improved academic achievement, wellbeing and productivity, the report concludes that resourcing and effectively progressing parental engagement initiatives is warranted, if not essential to education reform and the future of Australia.

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The early years foundation stage: Effective practice: Parents as Partners

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All settings should develop effective partnerships with parents in order to enhance the learning and development of the children with whom they work. We are all learners from birth and it is usually our parents who first give us the confidence and motivation to explore the world around us and who continue to keep us learning and stretching the boundaries of our understanding.

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National Numeracy Study. By Dr. Tony Stokes, ACU, Sydney.

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A recent independent academic study of more than 8,000 schools, looking into the impact of Mathletics on NAPLAN results, found a significant advantage in schools using Mathletics. Key findings show; that schools using Mathletics have performed consistently higher in NAPLAN, across Years 3, 5, 7 & 9 since 2008 – by up to 6.7%. The study also demonstrated that schools with longer-term usage (>2 years) saw an even greater jump in their results.

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