Category: CIE

Continuity in Education

Authors: , et al. This causal-comparative study explored the effects of risk factors—family status, parental marital status, family income, and parent education level—on Belizean adolescents’ academic behaviors and grit (passion…

Continuity in Education

Authors: Yvonne Larrier, et al. The RUMERTIME Process (RP) is a five-step culturally responsive social-emotional, problem-solving, prevention-intervention strategy used to educate, equip, and empower students, educators, and families. The RP…

Continuity in Education

Authors: , et al. “Emotionally based school avoidance” (EBSA) is a term used to describe young people who have difficulty attending school due to emotional needs. In comparison to previously…

Continuity in Education

Authors: , et al. School refusal (SR) signals a young person’s difficulty attending school. It jeopardizes their development, often contributes to distress for parents, and places an extra burden on…

Continuity in Education

Authors: Sarah Klein, et al. Improved therapies and increased survival rates are sending more pediatric cancer patients and survivors back to their classrooms; however, most community school personnel lack training…

Continuity in Education

Authors: Michele Capurso, et al. Pediatric hospitalization is a common experience that may increase children’s sense of isolation and impinge on their social-emotional wellbeing. Educators and medical practitioners could minimize these…

Continuity in Education

Authors: Stella Delloso, et al. This study explored parents’ perceptions of a hospital-based schooling intervention for children with cancer. A qualitative design using semi-structured interviews was employed. Participants were nine…

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