Evidence based Parenting Education

This is the first book to provide a multidisciplinary, critical, and global overview of evidence-based parenting education (PEd) programs.

Evidence based Parenting Education

Author: James J. Ponzetti, Jr.

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1317661141

Page: 342

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This is the first book to provide a multidisciplinary, critical, and global overview of evidence-based parenting education (PEd) programs. Readers are introduced to the best practices for designing, implementing, and evaluating effective PEd programs in order to teach clients how to be effective parents. Noted contributors from various disciplines examine evidence –based programs from the U.S., Canada, Europe, Asia, Australia, as well as web-based alternatives. The best practices used in a number of venues are explored, often by the developers themselves. Examples and discussion questions encourage application of the material. Critical guidance for those who wish to design, implement, and evaluate PEd programs in various settings is provided. All chapters feature learning goals, an introduction, conclusion, key points, discussion questions, and additional resources. In addition to these elements, chapters in Part III follow a consistent structure so readers can easily compare programs—theoretical foundations and history, needs assessment and target audience, program goals & objectives, curriculum issues, cultural Implications, evidence-based research and evaluation, and professional preparation and training issues. The editor has taught parenting and family life education courses for years. This book reviews the key information that his students needed to become competent professionals. Highlights of the book’s coverage include: Comprehensive summary of evidence-based PEd training programs in one volume. Prepares readers for professional practice as a Certified Family Life Educator (CFLE) by highlighting the fundamentals of developing and evaluating PEd programs. Exposes readers to models of parenting education from around the world. The book opens with a historical overview of PEd development. It is followed by 20 chapters divided in four parts. The initial six chapters focus on fundamentals of parenting education --program design, implementation, evaluation, the role of mediators and moderators, as well as the U.S. Cooperative Extension Parent Framework. The three chapters in Part II review the latest status of parenting education in Europe, Asia, and web-based alternatives. Part III presents ten stellar, evidence-based parenting programs offered around the world. In addition to the learning goals, introduction, conclusion, key points, discussion questions, and additional resources that are found in all chapters, those in Part III also consider theoretical foundations and history, needs assessment and target audience, program goals & objectives, curriculum issues, cultural Implications, evidence based research and evaluation, and professional preparation and training issues. Part IV reviews future directions. Ideal for advanced undergraduate or graduate courses in parent education, parent-child relations, parenting, early childhood or family life education, family therapy, and home, school, and community services taught in human development and family studies, psychology, social work, sociology, education, nursing, and more, the book also serves as a resource for practitioners, counselors, clergy members, and policy makers interested in evidence based PEd programs or those seeking to become CFLEs or Parent Educators.

United States Code 2012 Edition Supplement V

year to establish or expand technical assistance for evidence - based parent
education programs ; ( H ) provide assistance to State educational agencies ,
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The Evidence based Parenting Practitioner s Handbook

Research consistently suggests that peer influence is moderated by the parent–
child relationship, demonstrating that a positive ... A US-based survey of over
12,000 adolescents in grades 9–12 found that perceived parental warmth was
significantly linked to less ... with positive child behaviors, regardless of culture,
parental education, economic wealth or family structure (Steinberg 1990, 2001).

The Evidence based Parenting Practitioner s Handbook

Author: Kirsten Asmussen

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 0415609925

Page: 315

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The Evidence-based Parenting Practitionerâe(tm)s Handbook provides a comprehensive overview of the knowledge necessary to effectively deliver evidence-based parenting interventions within community and health settings. Using clear examples of how this knowledge can inform frontline work with parents, this practical handbook includes: an overview of the policy context underpinning evidence-based parenting work in the US, UK, Australia and Norway a discussion of how a robust evidence base is established and the ways in which practitioners can access information about good-quality research an overview of how research in the field of child development has contributed to the development of evidence-based parenting interventions an overview of how theories and research in the field of therapeutic practice have contributed to the development of evidence-based parenting interventions what research evidence suggests about the role of the practitioner in the delivery of evidence-based support outcome-focused methods for establishing the evidence base of new parenting interventions outcome-focused methods for commissioning evidence-based parenting services. Emphasizing the ways in which practitioners can evaluate and translate messages from research into applied work with parents and families, The Evidence-based Parenting Practitionerâe(tm)s Handbook is suitable for all those involved in the delivery of evidence-based parenting support, including frontline practitioners, service managers, parenting commissioners, heads of childrenâe(tm)s services and policy makers.

The SAGE Handbook of Developmental Psychology and Early Childhood Education

OPEC is a collaboration between four philanthropic foundations and a public
university with an aim to make evidence-based parenting education accessible
universally to families as well as to encourage participation in these programs as
a ...

The SAGE Handbook of Developmental Psychology and Early Childhood Education

Author: David Whitebread

Publisher: SAGE

ISBN: 1526484544

Page: 616

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With the expertise of a body of international contributors from Australia, Canada, USA, UK, Finland, The Netherlands, Italy, Greece and Chile, this handbook explores key in-depth issues in quality Early Childhood Development and Education. Unlike previous publications in the discipline, this title combines research and practice to investigate emotional and social development, wellbeing and mental health, language, cultural environments, as well as the role of parents in a child's development. It is divided into six key parts: Part I: Emotional Development Part II: Social Development Part III: Play, Development and Learning Part IV: Memory and Understanding Part V: Learning, Language and Literacy Part VI: Executive Functions, Metacognition and Self-Regulation

Introductory Guide to Parenting Education First Edition

Geared specifically to those who may one day provide parenting education, the text is organized into three sections that discuss the context of parenthood in the United States, the content generally included in parenting programs, and the ...

Introductory Guide to Parenting Education  First Edition

Author: Kathleen Dyer

Publisher:

ISBN: 9781516556298

Page: 366

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Developed for students in child and family science courses, An Introduction to Effective Parenting Education: Exploring Context, Content, and Strategies provides foundational information and orients readers to professional parent education, both formal and informal. Geared specifically to those who may one day provide parenting education, the text is organized into three sections that discuss the context of parenthood in the United States, the content generally included in parenting programs, and the specific strategies parent educators use to teach adults. Readers learn about the sociology of parenthood, including demographic trends regarding parenthood, the effect of parenting on both parents and children, and the research that has produced a scientific consensus regarding effective parenting. They also review the best practices of those parenting strategies in depth. Strategies include attachment relationship formation; communication approaches such as active listening, I-messages, and win-win problem-solving; process-centered feedback to nurture a growth mindset; natural and logical consequences; and applied behavior analysis. Finally, readers explore the profession of family life education, including best practices for teaching as well as a review of widely used parenting programs. Focused on content that is practically applicable, and dedicated to compassionate, evidence-based parenting education, An Introduction to Effective Parenting Education encourages students to think deeply about all aspects of parenting. It is well-suited to courses in child and family science, human development and family studies, or parent-child relations.

An Introduction to Effective Parenting Education

Geared specifically to those who may one day provide parenting education, the text is organized into three sections that discuss the context of parenthood in the United States, the content generally included in parenting programs, and the ...

An Introduction to Effective Parenting Education

Author: Kathleen Dyer

Publisher: Cognella Academic Publishing

ISBN: 9781516505029

Page: 366

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Developed for students in child and family science courses, An Introduction to Effective Parenting Education: Exploring Context, Content, and Strategies provides foundational information and orients readers to professional parent education, both formal and informal. Geared specifically to those who may one day provide parenting education, the text is organized into three sections that discuss the context of parenthood in the United States, the content generally included in parenting programs, and the specific strategies parent educators use to teach adults. Readers learn about the sociology of parenthood, including demographic trends regarding parenthood, the effect of parenting on both parents and children, and the research that has produced a scientific consensus regarding effective parenting. They also review the best practices of those parenting strategies in depth. Strategies include attachment relationship formation; communication approaches such as active listening, I-messages, and win-win problem-solving; process-centered feedback to nurture a growth mindset; natural and logical consequences; and applied behavior analysis. Finally, readers explore the profession of family life education, including best practices for teaching as well as a review of widely used parenting programs. Focused on content that is practically applicable, and dedicated to compassionate, evidence-based parenting education, An Introduction to Effective Parenting Education encourages students to think deeply about all aspects of parenting. It is well-suited to courses in child and family science, human development and family studies, or parent-child relations. Kathleen Dyer earned her Ph.D. in human development and family studies at the University of Missouri, Columbia. She is an associate professor in the Department of Child, Family, and Consumer Studies at California State University, Fresno where she also serves as the department chair. Dr. Dyer has been certified as a Family Life Educator by the National Council on Family Relations since 2006. She regularly provides parenting education in a church setting as well as with a court-ordered divorce-related parenting program. Her professional writing has appeared in numerous journals including Infant and Child Development, the British Medical Journal, Family Science Review, Sleep, and the Journal of Adult Development.

Project Engage

Evidenced-based Approaches to Educating African-American Parents : Parental
Involvement & Educational Outcomes in Philadelphia : 2008 Urban League
Leadership Forum. Literature Review Works Cited " Black Parents Tackle a Gap .

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Evidence based Practice in Suicidology

whole - school population was to maximize parental exposure to the program
and to permit informal dissemination of the educational messages and strategies
advocated in the program . Another factor contributing to effectiveness of the ...

Evidence based Practice in Suicidology

Author: Maurizio Pompili

Publisher: Hogrefe & Huber Pub

ISBN:

Page: 380

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The US Suicide Prevention Action Network (SPAN) concluded that, "The single greatest obstacle to the effective prevention of suicide is the lack of evaluation research." This substantive and authoritative volume shows for the first time how to use evidence-based approaches in suicide prevention-as well as where evidence is lacking and how we might obtain it. Leading researchers and practitioners describe what really works, the evidence for and against particular approaches, both in general terms (such as by means of hotlines, restriction of means, psychopharmocology) and for specific disorders (such as schizophrenia, personality disorder), and make recommendations about where we go from here.

Handbook of Social Skills Training and Research

The future of parent education and social skills training in general will depend
greatly on whether the mental health field can adapt to the changes brought
about by ... This decision is based on the assumption that education or training is
not ...

Handbook of Social Skills Training and Research

Author: Luciano L'Abate, PhD

Publisher: Wiley-Interscience

ISBN:

Page: 648

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The first up-to-date, comprehensive handbook covering the pactical approaches to social skills training (SST)--a relatively new concept encompassing a broad range of treatment and counseling approaches designed to help people conduct their social lives more effectively. Leading experts summarize the applications of SST and research to special populations, special problems, couples and families, individuals, parents, and professionals in the United States and Europe. Incorporates both behavioral and humanistic approaches.

Life Skills Progression LSP

... parental involvement , measuring , 61 reflective functioning , 29 - 30
responsive parent education , 28 – 29 self - esteem , 51 Parents as Teachers (
PAT ) evidence - based curriculum , 27 frequency of visits , 23 home visitation
research study ...

Life Skills Progression LSP

Author: Linda Wollesen

Publisher: Paul H Brookes Publishing Company

ISBN:

Page: 205

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Generating a broad, accurate portrait of the behaviors, attitudes, and skills of parents and children, this field-tested tool provides the data home visiting programs need to demonstrate effectiveness and receive funding.

Nursing Diagnosis Handbook

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group - based parenting programs for teenage mothers . ... A Refer adolescent
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Nursing Diagnosis Handbook

Author: Betty J. Ackley

Publisher: Mosby

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Page: 937

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A reference to help nursing students and practising nurses select a nursing diagnosis and write plans of care with ease and confidence. The book provides care plans for every NANDA diagnosis and provides a quick access index of appropriate nursing diagnoses for over 1200 clinical entities.

Colorado Journal of Educational Research

The purpose of this study was to determine vealed no significant differences . the
effects of two school - based parent education pro - An analysis of changes in
parent attitudes toward grams on children ' s self - esteem and parent ...

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Child Abuse Sourcebook

Evidence - Based and Evidence - Informed Programs This section lists selected
parent education curricula that have been included on various registries of
evidence - based and evidenceinformed programs . Each focuses on specific risk
and ...

Child Abuse Sourcebook

Author: Joyce Brennfleck Shannon

Publisher: Omnigraphics Incorporated

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Page: 631

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"Provides basic consumer health information about abuse and neglect of children and adolescents, with information about prevention and intervention strategies. Includes index, glossary of related terms, and other resources"--Provided by publisher.

Why Parenting Matters for Children in the 21st Century

This paper provides a structured overview of the existing parenting literature with the aim of developing an evidence-based and culture-sensitive framework of parenting and its influence on child development.

Why Parenting Matters for Children in the 21st Century

Author: Hannah Ulferts

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This paper provides a structured overview of the existing parenting literature with the aim of developing an evidence-based and culture-sensitive framework of parenting and its influence on child development. The paper outlines how changes in the 21st century have altered family life and summarises evidence from 29 meta-studies and 81 quantitative studies for the developmental impact of different parenting styles and dimensions. Overall, results suggest that warm parenting that provides children with age-appropriate autonomy and structure is key for a healthy and prosperous development of children and adolescents across various domains. The parenting approach adopted by parents but also its effect varies and the paper points to various contextual (e.g. culture, socio-economic factors, support within the community and family) and individual (e.g. gender, personality and health condition of children and parents) factors explaining these variations. The paper discusses how a systematic consideration of such factors not only sharpens the scientific understanding of parenting and its impact but also helps improving family policies and support.

Supporting Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities

This book reviews the intervention literature on practices for supporting families of children with intellectual disabilities or autism and evaluates their status as evidence-based.

Supporting Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities

Author: Mian Wang

Publisher: Oxford University Press

ISBN: 019974307X

Page: 376

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Supporting Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities: Evidence-based and Emerging Practices provides a comprehensive review of the empirical evidence on interventions for families of individuals - ranging from post-preschool age to adulthood - with developmental disabilities. The book presents both narrative and meta-analytic syntheses of a large body of research to evaluate which interventions meet contemporary standards as evidence based practices. The body of studies reviewed in the book has not previously been gathered into one volume, nor evaluated as a whole for the quality and extent of the evidence. The research is presented in the context of contemporary social policy and practices aimed at maximizing the development of children with disabilities while increasing the quality of life of their families. The criteria and procedures followed for identifying, reviewing, evaluating, and categorizing the studies are articulated in line with other major professional standards. Individual chapters focus on several different schools of practice, including: group psycho-educational interventions, behavioral parent training, multiple component interventions, supportive interventions for families of children with autism, home- and school-based practices, self-help groups, and advocacy programs. Supporting Families of Children with Developmental Disabilities is an important tool for moving the disability field forward for future research, practice, and social policy.

Evidence based Otitis Media

73-75 Prevention of Recurrent Acute Otitis Media The first steps in managing
recurrent AOM are parent education and primary prevention measures rather
than surgery or antibiotic prophylaxis . This begins by recognizing the profound
impact ...

Evidence based Otitis Media

Author: Richard M. Rosenfeld

Publisher: B.C. Decker

ISBN:

Page: 420

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This new work takes a solid, evidence and research-based approach to otitis media management. First, it offers a comprehensive education on the critical evaluation of otitis media research, literature, and clinical trials. Then it gives well-founded advice on prevention, diagnosis, and surgical and medical management. A section devoted to the consequences and sequelae follows.

Parent Education

Parent education efforts have been severely criticized for functioning with little
scientific base to their premises, little sound research on method and effect. We
hope that with a sounder content rationale, a more specified educative process,
and ...

Parent Education

Author: Evelyn Pickarts

Publisher: Prentice Hall

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Page: 311

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