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Parent participation in the assessment of pupils’ need for socio-pedagogical intervention
; Sveučilište u Zagrebu, Učiteljski fakultet
; Centar za rehabilitaciju Zagreb
Puni tekst: engleski, pdf (335 KB)
Bouillet, D., Velimirović, I. (2017). Parent participation in the assessment of pupils’ need for socio-pedagogical intervention. Kriminologija & socijalna integracija : časopis za kriminologiju, penologiju i poremećaje u ponašanju, 25(1), 52-70. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/181159
Puni tekst: hrvatski, pdf (310 KB)
Bouillet, D., Velimirović, I. (2017). Sudjelovanje roditelja u procjeni potreba učenika za socijalnopedagoškim intervencijama – standardizacija mjernog instrumenta. Kriminologija & socijalna integracija : časopis za kriminologiju, penologiju i poremećaje u ponašanju, 25(1), 34-51. Preuzeto s https://hrcak.srce.hr/181159
The aim of the research presented in this paper is to develop the measurement instrument that will enable the identification of pupils’ needs for involvement in the socio-pedagogical intervention based on the assessments of their parents. We present the Pupils' Needs in the Area of Social-pedagogic Intervention – Parents’ Version, which is being developed as part of the Development of models of social-pedagogic interventions in elementary schools project, funded by The Education and Teacher Training Agency. The study was conducted on a sample of 2865 parents of third-, fifth- and seventh-graders, from 43 Croatian elementary schools. This paper presents the process of developing the final version of the Questionnaire, which achieves satisfactory metric characteristics (reliability, validity and objectivity). Using factor analysis, we found that the Questionnaire measures the pupils’ assessment of attitudes towards their education, obligations, peers, parents, teachers and material gain, as well as communicativeness, emotion control and responsibility in the behavior of pupils.
We show that the developed Pupils' Needs in the Area of Social-pedagogic Intervention Questionnaire –Parent's Version appropriately differentiates pupils with behavioral difficulties from other pupils, while forming categories based on the pupils’ gender and age. Moreover, we find that, based on parents’ assessments, 13% of pupils have behavioral difficulties, which is in line with the pupils’ self-assessments.
behavioral disorders among elementary school pupils; parents’ assessments; socio-pedagogical interventions; standardization of measurement instrument
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