Citation: LI HuihuiThe Initiatives and Implications to Improve the Home Learning Environment in OECD Member Countries[J]. The journal of xinyang normal university (philosophy and social science edition), 2019, 39(5): 28-33.   doi: 10.3969/j.issn.1003-0964.2019.05.005 shu

The Initiatives and Implications to Improve the Home Learning Environment in OECD Member Countries

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  • An extensive body of research has shown that Home Learning Environment (HlE) not only has direct and significant associations with children's cognitive development and social functioning, but also serves as a protective factor against low socio-economic state (SES). Since the 1990s, in order to improve HLE, the OECD member countries take some measures, such as providing families with learning materials and resources; organizing diverse programs to empower parents to engage in their children's learning and supporting parents to develop a successful curriculum in home. Those initiatives can bring us important inspiration to improve the HLE in our country.
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The Initiatives and Implications to Improve the Home Learning Environment in OECD Member Countries

  • School of Education Science, Xinyang Normal University, Xinyang 464000, China

Abstract: An extensive body of research has shown that Home Learning Environment (HlE) not only has direct and significant associations with children's cognitive development and social functioning, but also serves as a protective factor against low socio-economic state (SES). Since the 1990s, in order to improve HLE, the OECD member countries take some measures, such as providing families with learning materials and resources; organizing diverse programs to empower parents to engage in their children's learning and supporting parents to develop a successful curriculum in home. Those initiatives can bring us important inspiration to improve the HLE in our country.

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