Hoover Dempsey And Sadler Parent Involvement Model

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Hoover-Dempsey and Sandler’s parent involvement model The Hoover Dempsey and Sadler model provide educated with a cognitive viewpoint to help them understand the motivation parents must become involved or uninvolved in the children’s education. The model consists of 5 levels dealing with parent belief system, motivations, and cognitive behaviors as part of their mental reasoning in their decision-making when it comes to their level of participation in their children 's education (Tekin, 2011). Level I examine parent 's circumstances reasoning and behaviors on their understanding of why they involvement is essential to the children 's education. Level I the focus is on parents but 's perceptions and the level motivations their skills and availability when it comes to opportunities to interact in the children 's education, families’ cultural beliefs and how these beliefs affect the reason behind parents’ involvement and our noninvolvement(Tekin,2011). Level 2 examine parent’s motivation through their thought processes to assess what inspired them to want to be involve. This level is mainly about understanding parent’s intrinsic motivation and how their sense of purpose serves as motivation such as wanting recognition and accolades by their children, teachers, and school administration for their involvement. Walker (2011) stated that schools have the power to motivate parents through effective two-way communication in using community resources and various media

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