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Práticas educativas de genitores e professoras e repertório comportamental de crianças do ensino fundamental: estudos de caso

  • Fonseca, Bárbara Cristina Rodrigues
Publication Date
Aug 31, 2012
Repositório Institucional UNESP
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Many scholars have noted the importance of Social Educational Abilities (SEA) of parents and teachers and its relation with the prevention of the appearing of behavior problems in children. On the other hand, its deficit or the use of negative educational practices can problems. This study had to objective to describe the social educacional abilities and negative practices of the teachers and parents of children with and without behavior problems, and also social abilities (SA), academic performance and behavior problems in children. Four children of the class begginers of elementary school of the a school participated, two judged without behavior problems and two with problems, according to the view of the teachers, their parents and two teachers. Data were collected at school and in the family and are presented as four case studies. With the teachers were utilized TRF (Teacher's Report Form - Behavior Checklist for Teachers) and Interview Script Social Abilities for Teachers Education (RE-HSE-PR). With the mothers, we used the Questionnaire and Family Characteristics, in both parents were administered the CBCL (Behaviors With Inventory for Children and Adolescents for prechoolers and schoolchildren aged 4 to 18 years) and the Guide Interview Parental Social Educational Abilities (RE-HSE-P). Besides these instruments, it was also the observation of a structured situation of play between father-child and mother-child with the purpose of the describing the behavior of parents and children. Describes here the main results. In relation to behavior problems and academic performance the results show that: (a) mothers were more severe in assessing their children without behavior problems than teachers, (b) teacher of children with behavioral problems identified more behaviors problematic in students than their parents, (c) mothers... (Complete abstract click electronic access below)

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