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Η γονική εμπλοκή υπό το πρίσμα της θεώρησης του "εκπαιδευτικού θύλακα" του παιδιού

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Efthymia Penderi, Konstantinos Petrogiannis
Efthymia Penderi, Konstantinos Petrogiannis

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Ενώ οι περισσότεροι συγγραφείς και ερευνητές συμφωνούν για τη σημασία της γονικής εμπλοκής στην ενίσχυση της ποιότητας της εκπαίδευσης, υπάρχει ασάφεια αναφορικά με την προέλευση, τη φύση και τις εννοιολογικές αποχρώσεις που συνιστούν τη δομή της. Η παρούσα εργασία εστιάζει στην έννοια και τη λειτουργία της γονικής εμπλοκής υπό το πρίσμα του «εκπαιδευτικού θύλακα» του παιδιού. Πρόκειται για ένα θεωρητικό σχήμα με εμπειρική εφαρμογή, το οποίο προκύπτει συνδυάζοντας τις βασικές θεωρητικές θέσεις της βιο-οικολογικής προσέγγισης του Urie Bronfenbrenner και του «αναπτυξιακού θύλακα» των Super και Harkness. Ιδιαίτερη έμφαση δίνεται όχι μόνο στις πρακτικές που εφαρμόζουν οι γονείς αλλά και στις σχέσεις που αναπτύσσουν και τις απόψεις που διαμορφώνουν  καθώς εμπλέκονται στην εκπαίδευση του παιδιού, στη βάση των διαφοροποιημένων αναπτυξιακών και εκπαιδευτικών αναγκών των παιδιών σε κάθε ηλικιακή περίοδο. 


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γονική εμπλοκή; εκπαιδευτικός θύλακας; βιο-οικολογική προσέγγιση; αναπτυξιακός θύλακας

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