Yıl 2019, Cilt 17 , Sayı 4, Sayfalar 268 - 292 2019-12-27

Anne-Baba İlgisinin Çocukların Okul Başarısı Üzerindeki Etkisi
Influence of Parental Involvement on School Achievement of Children

Turhan Şengönül [1]


Bu makalenin amacı, anne-babanın eğitime ilgisi ile çocukların akademik başarısı arasındaki ilişki üzerine yapılmış araştırma literatürünü incelemektir. Araştırmacılar, anne-baba ilgisinin hem anaokulu, ilkokul, ortaokul hem lise öğrencilerinin akademik performansını etkilediğini ileri sürmektedir. Anne-baba ilgisi, evde çocukları sosyalleştirme ve yetiştirme süreci ya da disiplin, anne-babaların çocuklarının eğitimi ve akademik başarısı için istekleri ve beklentileri, okulla iletişim, okul hakkında tartışmalar ve okul etkinliklerine katılım gibi çeşitli faktörler bakımından tanımlanmaktadır. Anne-babalar, çocuklarının daha iyi akademik performansını sağlamak amacıyla çocukları ile okul etkinliklerini tartışmakta, onların ev ödevini izlemekte, kontrol etmekte ve yardım etmekte, öğretmenlerle iletişim kurmakta, okul işlerine, etkinliklerine ve anne-baba-öğretmen toplantılarına katılmaktadır. Onlar çocuklarının daha çok eğitimsel kazanıma ve daha yüksek akademik başarıya sahip olmalarını beklemekte ve istemektedir. Anne-babaların bu eğitimsel beklentileri ve istekleri, çocukların akademik başarısı ile olumlu biçimde ilişkili olmaktadır.

The aim of this article is to examine the related research literature conducted on the relationship between parental involvement in education and children’s academic achievement. Researchers have suggested that parental involvement influences the academic performance of students at kindergarten, primary school, secondary school as well as high school. Parental involvement is defined in terms of various factors such as discipline or the process of socializing and parenting children in the household, parental aspirations and expectations for children’s education and academic achievement, communication, discussions about school, and participation in school activities. Parents discuss school activities with children, monitor, check and help with their homework, communicate with teachers, attend school functions and parent-teacher conferences in order to ensure better academic performance of their children. They expect and aspire for their children to have higher rates of educational attainment and higher academic achievement. These educational expectations and aspirations of parents are positively associated with academic achievement of children.

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Yazar: Turhan Şengönül (Sorumlu Yazar)
Kurum: Ege Üniversitesi Eğitim Fakültesi Temel Eğitim Bölümü Sınıf Eğitimi Anabilim Dalı
Ülke: Turkey


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Yayımlanma Tarihi : 27 Aralık 2019

APA Şengönül, T . (2019). Anne-Baba İlgisinin Çocukların Okul Başarısı Üzerindeki Etkisi. Celal Bayar Üniversitesi Sosyal Bilimler Dergisi , 17 (4) , 268-292 . DOI: 10.18026/cbayarsos.549463