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2013 | 2(122) | 78–89

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Zaangażowanie rodziców a osiągnięcia szkolne uczniów

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Parental involvement and student achievement

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Aktywność rodziców jako czynnik wpływający na osiągnięcia szkolne uczniów jest rozpatrywana w dwóch aspektach: jako zaangażowanie w proces uczenia się dziecka oraz jako kontakt ze szkołą. Niniejsze opracowanie ma na celu zasygnalizowanie wybranych kwestii związanych z badaniami tej problematyki. Opiera się ono na pracach anglosaskich, głównie amerykańskich, w których te kwestie są szeroko i wnikliwie analizowane. Artykuł składa się z dwóch części; w pierwszej zaprezentowano kwestie związane z definiowaniem i określaniem komponentów zaangażowania, w drugiej omówiono badania dotyczące związków zaangażowania rodziców z osiągnięciami uczniów.
Activity of parents as a determinant of educational achievement of students is considered in two ways: as an engagement in the learning process of the child and as a contact with the school. This paper is intended to signal the selected issues related to re-search of this problems. It is based mainly on American works in which these issues are widely and thoroughly analyzed. Article consists of two parts; the first shows the issues related to defining and identifying the components of engagement, the second discusses research on the relationships between parents involvement and pupils’ achievements.






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