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Home-based education effectiveness research

Roland Meighan

Home-based education effectiveness research

and some of its implications.

by Roland Meighan

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Published by Education Now in [U.K.] .
Written in English


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  Mothers and children in both the experimental and control condition will be surveyed at baseline and after 6, 12, and 18 months (follow-ups). DISCUSSION: The present study protocol presents the design of an RCT evaluating the effectiveness of the home-based "In control: No alcohol!" program for 6 grade primary school children ( years old).Cited by: 9. Research and demonstration projects that used controlled experimental or quasi-experimental designs to evaluate the cost-effectiveness of home and community-based services under the above programs and demonstrations found that expanding access to these services did not succeed in reducing--and indeed most often increased--aggregate long-term.

Childhood obesity has adverse impacts on premature mortality and morbidity. Managing obesity could prevent premature mortality and several types of complications among high-risk groups. This study aimed to review and examine the effects of home-based interventions to treat and prevent childhood obesity. Three databases, i.e., PubMed, Scopus, and Science Direct, were included to extract Cited by: 2. Child Inc Home-Based services are available to eligible families with children ages 0 – 3 (Early Head Start) and 3 – 5 (Head Start). For more information, contact Child Inc .

Marketers have a responsibility to present their evidence – both the “state-of-the-science” as reflected in peer-reviewed research, as well as their plans to measure the potential effectiveness of their intervention for the individual whom they are serving. Previous research has proposed a range of support interventions to mitigate the adverse impact of caregiving on the daily life of caregivers of relatives with dementia. However, the effectiveness of these interventions shows a high variability. Informal caregivers usually lack the time and/or live too far from conventional facilities to do physical exercise, especially those who live in rural Author: Miguel Madruga, Josué Prieto, Josué Prieto, Paloma Rohlfs, Narcís Gusi, Narcís Gusi, Narcís Gusi.


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Review of research on home schooling shows evidence that home-educated children are socially, intellectually, and academically well developed. Reasons for effectiveness include natural learning, application of varied forms of discipline, adaptation to learning styles, flexible use of curricula, efficient use of time, information access, first-hand experience, and by: John Holt — The Father of Self-Directed, Home-Based Learning.

Peter Gray’s research has shown that John Holt’s books have had the most influence on people who follow home-based self-directed learning. Holt was a fifth-grade teacher in elite private schools during the s and s.

Effective Strengths-Based Parent Education Strengths-based practice has been defined as seeing people as "having potential and power" rather than being "at risk." It emphasizes opportunities, hopes, and solutions, with the home visitor as a partner to the family (Hammond, ). Home‐based education effectiveness research demonstrates that children are usually superior to their school‐attending peers in social skills, social maturity, emotional stability, academic achievement, personal confidence, communication skills and other by:   Effectiveness of home-based records on maternal, newborn and child health outcomes: A systematic review and meta-analysis Article (PDF Available) in.

And that's on education services for children within the home-based option. Before we dive into that particular section, I just wanted to address one of the questions that we've been getting about who decides that the home-based program option is the best fit for the child and the family. Perceived Effectiveness of Home Education Event Marketing Tools; and disseminates studies and information (e.g., statistics, facts, data) on homeschooling (i.e., home schooling, home-based education, home education, home school, home-schooling, unschooling, deschooling, a form of alternative education), publishes reports and the peer.

The balance of this commentary will attempt to substantiate that assertion and to provide suggestions for reconciling the objectives of home education with the goals of home education research. Gregory J. Cizek, Vol. 9, No. 3,p. community home-based care programs.

At the end of this session, participants will be able to: • Understand the components of community home-based care (CHBC) that need to be monitored. • Develop home-based care (HBC)-specific process indicators.

• Identify appropriate monitoring and evaluation methodologies and tools. Effectiveness of a Home-Based Palliative Care Program for End-of-Life Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Palliative Medicine 6(5) November with Reads How we measure 'reads'.

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WWC Intervention Report U.S. DEPARTMENT OF EDUCATION What Works Clearinghouse Early Childhood Education Interventions for Children with Disabilities April Dialogic Reading Program Description 1.

Dialogic reading is an interactive shared picture-book reading. practice designed to enhance young children’s language and. literacy Size: KB. Cost-effectiveness of a motivational intervention to reduce rapid repeated childbearing in high-risk adolescent mothers: A rebirth of economic and policy considerations.

Archives of Pediatrics and Adolescent Medicine, (4), receive a better education than public school counterparts which leads to higher student achievement levels. A comparison of the academic achievement of homeschooled children with children attending traditional public schools was performed.

The intent was to evaluate the efficacy of. (Roland Meighan, ‘Research Report: Home–based education learning methods’ in Education Now: 25 Years of Home‐Based Education, See also, Educating Children at Home, Alan Thomas, Cassell ). Leslie Barson Leslie Barsonʹs work ʺCommunities of Practice File Size: KB.

Lowden, S. () 'The Scope and Implications of Home-based Education'. Unpublished PhD thesis, University of Nottingham.

Meighan, R. () Home based Education Effectiveness Research and Some of its Implications, Education Review. 47, 3. Midgley, S. () Why some parents prefer to teach their children at home.

The Times. It improves the effectiveness of education. It aids literacy movements. It enhances scope of education by facilitating mobile learning and inclusive education. It facilitates research and scholarly communication.

Impact of ICT and its potential for the education field is : Reetika Bose. Meighan, Roland. "Home-Based Education Effectiveness Research and Some of Its Implications." Educational Rev no. 3 (): Merry, Michael S., and Charles Howell.

"Can Intimacy Justify Home Education?" Theory and Research in Education 7, no. 3 (): The initial research examining effectiveness of telehealth interventions for eating disorders—similar to research on anxiety and depressive disorders—focused on case studies or open trials in which EBPs were delivered via telehealth to remote sites from local by: 8.

These include special schools, EGS, AIE or even home-based education.”“Generally home-based education is defined as the education of children withsevere intellectual/physical disabilities, who can be educated in the combinationof home-based and alternate educational settings to enable them to achieveindependent living skills.

The authors of this study calculated the benefits of a home-based environmental remediation for young, asthmatic children. They determined that the intervention, which cost $1, per family, led to a statistically significant reduction in asthma-symptom days.

Context: Despite the widespread recognition of the need for new models of care to better serve patients at the end-of-life, little evidence exists documenting the effectiveness of these models. Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of a palliative program for end-of-life care.

Design: A comparison group study was conducted between March and August comparing subjects enrolled in Cited by: Dialogic Reading is an interactive shared picture book reading practice designed to enhance young children’s language and literacy skills.

During the shared reading practice, the adult and the child switch roles so that the child learns to become the storyteller with the assistance of the adult, who functions as an active listener and questioner.