All posts by Laura McFarland

Laura has an extensive range of experience in Early Childhood Education and Care settings, as a practitioner, early childhood consultant, parent and relationship educator, and as a teacher educator. Currently a lecturer at Charles Sturt University in the School of Education, Laura's research focuses on parent-child relationships, parent-educator relationships and environmental education in early childhood settings.

Why it matters to transform parent involvement from early childhood to primary school

How can parents best help their children with their schooling without actually doing it for them? This article is part of our series on Parents’ Role in Education, focusing on how best to support learning from early childhood to Year 12. The phrase “parent involvement” in children’s learning may conjure images of parents in the classroom […]

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