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PARENT ENGAGEMENT INNOVATIONS

  1. Benzies, K., Mychasiuk, R., Kurilova, J., Tough, S., Edwards, N., & Donnelly, C. (2014). Two-generation preschool programme: immediate and 7-year-old outcomes for low-income children and their parents. Child & Family Social Work, 19(2), 203–214.
     

  2. McIvor, O. (2005). Building the nests: Indigenous language revitalization in Canada through early childhood immersion programs. School of Child and Youth Care,  Faculty of Human and Social Development   Ann Arbor, University of Victoria. Master of Arts: 123.
     

  3. Pelletier, J. and J. M. Brent (2002). "Parent participation in children's school readiness: The effects of parental self-efficacy, cultural diversity and teacher strategies. International Journal of Early Childhood 34(1): 45-60.
     

  4. Taylor, L.K, Bernhard, J. K., Garg, S., Cummins, J. (2008). Affirming Plural Belonging: Building on Students’ Family-Based Cultural and Linguistic Capital through Multiliteracies Pedagogy , Journal of Early Childhood Literacy, 8(3), 269–294.
     

  5. Le Mare, L. & Audet, K. (2003). The Vancouver HIPPY Project: Preliminary evaluation findings from a multicultural program. International Research on the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) Program. Simon Fraser University. (OR) Le Mare, L., & Audet, K. (2003). The Vancouver HIPPY project: Preliminary evaluation findings from a multicultural program. In M. Westheimer (Ed.), Parents making a difference: International research on the Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY) program (pp. 169-177 ). Jerusalem, Israel: Hebrew University Magnes Press.

     

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