Preliminary Programme

Sunday 28 August 2022Monday 29 August 2022Tuesday 30 August 2022Wednesday 31 August 2022
19:00 ERNAPE Steering Committee and Organization Dinner09:00 – 9:30 Registration pre-conference for PhD-students
09:30 – 9:45 Opening pre-conference
10:00 – 12:15 Workshops pre-conference  
10.00 – 12.00 ERNAPE Steering committee meeting  
11:30 – 13:00 Registration and lunch  
13.00 – 14:15 Opening and Keynote 1
14:30 – 16:00 Session 1
16:00 – 16:30 Coffee break
16.30 – 18:00 Session 2  
18:00 Reception
09:00 – 10:30 Session 3
10:30 – 11:00 Coffee break
11:00 – 12:00 Keynote 2            
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch  
13.00 – 14:30 Session 4
14:45 – 15:45 Session 5 (2 pres)
15:45 – 16:15 Coffee break
16 :15 – 17.15 Keynote 3    
19.00 Conference dinner
09.00 – 10.30 Session 6
10:30 – 11:00 Coffe break
11.00 – 12:00 Keynote 4            
12:00 – 13:00 Lunch  
13:00 – 14:30 Session 7
14.30 – 15:30 Closing ceremony
15:30 – 17:00 Closing reception

Parallel sessions

Monday 29 August | 14:30 – 16:00 | Session 1
Session 1a: Perspectives on parental involvement  
1a1. Alicja R. Sadownik and Adrijana Višnjić-Jevtić    
1a2. Loizos Symeou        
1a3. Tugba Boz and Martha Allexsaht-Snider

1: Comparing theories on parental involvement as a way of uncovering their blind spots
2: The Importance of Families in their Children’s Education  
3: Family Engagement with Coding and Robotics Practices: An Activity Theory Perspective  
Session 1b: Empirical approaches to understanding parental involvement in education
1b1. Guofang Li    
1b2. Ángeles Hernández Prados and José Santiago Álvarez Muñoz  
1b3. Danuta Uryga and Marta Wiatr

1: A Measured Investment or Laissez-faire? Chinese-Canadian Family Language Ideologies and Practices in the Early Years
2: Parental involvement in the home in urban and rural contexts
3: A comparative study with families   Parents of school-going children – citizens, tourists, or temporary migrants? The social world perspective
Session 1c: ICT Tools for parental involvement  
1c1. Eszter Salamon, Péter Kollár and Luca László  
1c2. Michelle Pieri, Giuseppina Rita Jose Mangione and Stefano Cacciamani  
1c3. Fernanda Martins and Teresa Sarmento  

1: SAILS – Parental Engagement in Safe & Autonomous Internet-based Learning  
2: “Classes on the net ” research project : The involvement and opinion of parents    
3: An exploratory study on web pages of Portuguese schools as a resource for the participation of parents
Monday 29 August | 16:30 – 18:00 | Session 2
Session 2a: Parental involvement in adolescence  
2a1. Julia Melnikova    
2a2. Jantien Gerdes, Sui-Lin Goei Mariëtte Huizinga and Doret de Ruyter  
2a3. Nihal Lindberg  

1: Students Educational Identities in the Encounter between Norwegian High School and Migrant Families  
2: True Partners? Exploring Family-School Partnership in Secondary Education from a Collaboration Perspective  
3: Turkish Immigrant Parents’ and Swedish Parents’ Home-based Involvement and Motivational Beliefs for Involvement of Their Teen  
Session 2b: Teacher-parent partnerships in early childhood education  
2b1. Joanna Phillips, Gaye Tyler-Merrick and Sivanes Phillipson    
2b2. Tuula Vuorinen and Limin Gu    
2b3. Martine van der Pluijm and Amos van Gelderen      

1: The effects of early childhood teachers and parents working together to develop social -emotional competence skills in young children in the centre and home settings  
2: Swedish preschool teacher students’ views on collaboration between family and preschool  
3: At home in language: optimizing a homebased prototype to provide differentiated support to lower-educated parents in support of their young children’s oral language development  
Session 2c: Schools and teachers’ resilience in response to Covid restrictions
2c1. Asnat Dor    
2c2. Eleni Damianidou and Andri Georgiadou
2c3. Petrie van der Zanden, Annemie Struyf, Frank Cornelissen, Femke Geijsel, Bieke Schreurs, Eddie Denessen and Peter Sleegers  

1: Teachers collaboration with  parents of first-grade pupils during the COVID-19 pandemic  
2: Struggling with the pandemic of exclusion in the era of Covid-19: the parents’ voice
3: How do schools resiliently shape school-family partnerships during COVID-19?  
Tuesday 30 August | 9:00 – 10:30 | Session 3
Session 3a: Network approaches for school improvement on parental involvement  
3a1. Bukola Oyinloye    
3a2. Rosanne Spruijt, Annelies Kassenberg and Martijn Willemse  
3a3. Judith Stoep, Mienke Droop, Marianne van den Hurk, Nicole Swart and Annelies Tamboer  
     
1: Decentring the school as the locus of governance? Evidence from rural African schools.  
2: Working together towards family-school partnership: what works?    
3: Academic Workplace Educational Opportunities: Teacher Design Thinking to Intensify Educational Partnerships  
Session 3b: Qualitative approaches in research on parental involvement  
3b1. Yifan Dai      
3b2. Debbie Pushor and Esther Maeers    
3b3. Beata Karpińska-Musiał  
   
1: A New Dimension of Educational Cooperation among Community, Family and School: A Study on the Educational Function and Practical Mechanism of Community Complex  
2: Unearthing root systems: The challenges of Participatory Action Research on a School Landscape  
3: Parental engagement auto-ethnographically revisited – in search for a reflective process of subjectivation of teachers, parents and pupils at school
Session 3c: Empowering children’s learning  
3c1. Eszter Salamon, Luca László and Frank Hennessey  
3c2. Anna Górka-Strzałkowska  
3c3. Ragnar Dienske, Mariëtte Lusse and Eddie Denessen  
   
1: ParENTrepreneurs – parenting skills for raising entrepreneurial children  
2: Children’s effort at school – school autobiography  
3: Parents and homework: creating inclusive interactive homework assignments  
Tuesday 30 August | 13:00 – 14:30 | Session 4
Session 4a: Parental involvement in STEM domains  
4a1. Cory Buxton, Diana Crespo, Barbara Ettenauer and Jay Well  
4a2. Charlott Rubach    
4a3. Mana Ece Tuna, Martha Allexsaht-Snider and Elif Karsli-Calamak  
   
1: Family Engagement to Support STEM Learning in the LaCuKnoS Project    
2: The Impact of Parents Home- and School-Based Involvement on Adolescents’ Interest and Anxiety in Mathematic  
3: Teacher-parent-child interactions in multilingual mathematics workshops with refugee families  
Session 4b: Teacher and student teacher perspectives on parental involvement  
4b1. Finn Ó Murchú and Áine Lynch    
4b2. Beatriz Rodríguez-Ruiz, Lara Fernández-Freire and Raquel-Amaya Martínez-González  
4b3. Sandra Ryan  
     
1: Working with Parents to Support their Children’s Learning: Preparing Student Teachers to Work with Parents for the Benefit of All  
2: Fathers’ and mothers’ involvement from the teachers’ perspective    
3: Student Teachers’ Preparation Needs for Parent Engagement
Session 4c: Parental roles and educational beliefs  
4c1. Qazi Waqas Ahmed, Anna Rönkä and Satu Perälä-Littunen
4c2. Cuicui LI    
4c3. Chrysoula Tsirmpa and Nektarios Stellakis  
   
1: Rural Parents’ Narratives of Involvement in Their Children’s Education  
2: Multiple Role of Parental Involvement in education and Children academic performance in China  
3: Parents’ beliefs about the role of kindergarten in literacy development  
Session 4d: Home-schooling in times of Covid  
4d1. Eszter Salamon, Luca László and Judit Horgas  
4d2. Chrysa Keung    
4d3. Alexei Medvedev, Jörg Belden and Claudia Matthiesen    
   
1: New Education Deal between Families and Schools after COVID-19  
2: Ethical challenges of kindergarten teachers working in collaboration with parents for young children’s learning during COVID-19 era  
3: Between Home and Schooling: Parental Engagement in the Times of Pandemic 2020-2022. A German version.  
Tuesday 30 August | 14:45 – 15:45 | Session 5
Session 5a: Parental involvement in at-risk contexts  
5a1. Annelies Kassenberg and Mariëtte Lusse  
5a2. Elif Karsli Calamak and Feyza Tantekin Erden  
   
1: Increasing educational opportunities for students in poverty  
2: Family Engagement Practices of Teachers Who Work on Building Equitable Teaching with Refugee Children  
Session 5b: Boundary crossing  
5b1. José Santiago Álvarez Muñoz and Ángeles Hernández Prados
5b2. Hao Cheng, Keyi Lyu, Jiacheng Li and Hoiyan Shiu    
   
1: Role of the family, education and leisure, leisure activities, family life, entertainment.  
2: Bridging the Digital Divide for Rural Older Adults by Family Intergenerational Learning: A Classroom Case in a Rural Primary School in China  
Session 5c: Parental involvement for students with special needs  
3d1. Kacper Kowalski  
3d2. Marina Spyrou and Helen Phtiaka
 
1: Family in digital inclusion of people with intellectual disability – resource or barrier?  
2: The impact that Covid-19 had on people with disabilities regarding their everyday lives, mental health and education
Session 5d: Poster session  
5c1. Carmen Rodríguez-Menéndez, Carmen Mª Fernández-Gacía and Elena Rivoir-González  
5c2. Mª Elena Rivoir-González,  Mª del Carmen Rodríguez-Menéndez and Carmen Mª Fernández-García  

1: Parental separation anxiety as a determinant of parenting: a self-determination perspective  
2: The role of families of migrant university students in Spain in their academic educational trajectories.                                               
Wednesday 31 August | 9:00 – 10:30 | Session 6
Session 6a: Quantitative approaches in research on parental involvement  
6a1. Sabrina Bonanati and Charlott Rubach    
6a2. Esther Ho and Chrysa Keung    
6a3. Margriet van Hek and Gerbert Kraaykamp    
     
1: Reciprocal relationship of parents’ school- and home-based involvement and children’s reading achievement during the first year of elementary school  
2: Hong Kong adolescents’ educational expectations and actualizations to university education: Reexamining the impact of family socioeconomic status  
3: Why Jane likes to read and John does not. How parents and schools stimulate girls’ and boys’ intrinsic reading motivation.  
Session 6b: School-based interventions for parental involvement  
6b1. Martijn Willemse, Anita Blonk and Monique Nelen  
6b2. Mirjam Stroetinga  
6b3. Silvia Ferrante, Guido Benvenuto and Irene Stanzione    
   
1: Including families in schools working with SWPBIS  
2: Primary school principals about upbringing-related collaboration with parents  
3: Working towards partnership: a Research-Training programme with Italian school teachers  
Session 6c: School-family partnership in times of Covid  
6c1. Eszter Salamon, Luca László and László Bóka    
6c2. Marta Wiatr    
6c3. Ana Carla Ferreira and Pedro Silva  

1: Hungarian parents’ experiences and views of school closures and school restrictions related to COVID-19  
2: Homeschooling “by force” in the first wave of Covid-19? Parents’ experiences of the remote education and the lack of home-school partnership  
3: School digital practices in a time of pandemic: A case study  
Session 6d: Reflections on parental involvement  
6d1.  Debbie Pushor and Esther Maeers  
6d2. Maria Mendel    
6d3. Rebecca Winthrop and Emily Markovich Morris

1: Leadership Towards Parent Engagement: Creating Efficacy vs Resistance  
2: The parental movement for the interest of publicness: Where action is possible and freedom can appear  
3: Let’s Talk: Starting Conversations on Parents and Family Beliefs and Engagement in Education  
Wednesday 31 August | 13:00 – 14:30 | Session 7
Session 7a: Large scale assessments of parental involvement effects  
7a1. Sui Chu Ho    
7a2. Arve Fiskerstrand    
7a3. Junnjun Huang    

1: Social Capitals from teachers, parents and peers for Students’ Well-being: Triangulating evidence from large scale assessments  
2: Correlation between Parental Involvement and Children’s Mathematical Outcome in Norway – The position of Values  
3: Parents’ involvement in students’ higher vocational college choices in China  
Session 7b: Multicultural and multilingual contexts of parental involvement  
7b1. Kathryn McIntosh, Cory Buxton, Barbara Ettenauer, Karen Thompson, and Nelly Patino-Cabrera  
7b2. Dorien Petri, Margreet Luinge, Annelies Kassenberg, Eddie Denessen and Klaas van Veen  
7b3. Joaquín Parra-Martínez, María José Martínez-Segura and María Ángeles Gomariz-Vicente  

1: Teachers Learning Lessons from Multilingual Family Engagement during COVID-19    
2: Cultural knowledge for primary school teachers    
3: Involvement of families in the school and climate of coexistence in a multicultural context  
Session 7c: Symposium ‘Shared responsibilities between family and school from an international perspective  
Chair: Hélène Leenders  
7c1. Jessica Kruska and Sabrina Bonanati  
7c2. Paola Dusi    
7c3. Audrey Addi-Raccah and Neta Sagi  
7c4. Hélène Leenders and Johan de Jong    
7c5. Caroline Villiger    

Discussant: Mariëtte Lusse
 

1: Shared responsibility in Germany and it’s ‘partnership’-like rhetoric  
2: From (mis)alliances to new alliances? Shared responsibility among parents and teachers for education in Italy  
3: Between vision and reality: Parent and school responsibilities in Israeli education  
4: Shared responsibility between parents and schools in Dutch policy documents on education and youth care, and its implementation in practice  
5: Exploring ‘shared responsibility’: Research results from official education policy documents and best practice examples from Switzerland