AN EVALUATION OF A SCHOOL-AGE MOTHERS PROGRAM WITH AN INFANT/CHILD LEARNING LABORATORY
The effectiveness of a school-age mothers program was evaluated with respect to four variables: positive self-concept, knowledge of child development, attitudes toward children and proficiency in parenting skills. The evaluation was based on pretest and posttest measurements of twenty-five subjects. Three standardized tests and an observation schedule constructed for the study were administered. The clearest finding regarding effectiveness related to the acquisition of the practice of parenting skills, which was the most tangible thrust of the program. The three other qualities showed no statistically significant change, although weak positive trends were noted. Judged in terms of its own goals the program under study appeared to have been moderately successful.
MARY ROSE SCHARMACH,
"AN EVALUATION OF A SCHOOL-AGE MOTHERS PROGRAM WITH AN INFANT/CHILD LEARNING LABORATORY"
(January 1, 1983).
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