Tag Archives: Sharon Green-Hennessy

EMOTIONAL AND BEHAVIORAL PROBLEMS: Comparison of School-going and Homeschooled Children

Record: Ari Neuman and Oz Guterman, “Schools and emotional and behavioral problems: A comparison of school-going and homeschooled children.” The Journal of Educational Research (2016): 1-8. [Abstract] Summary: Neuman is senior lecturer of education at Western Galilee College, in Akko, Israel, and Guterman is a … Continue reading

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TYPES OF HOMESCHOOL ENVIRONMENTS: Need Support for Children’s Academic Motivation

Record: Debra A. Bell, Avi Kaplan, and S. Kenneth Thurman, “Types of Homeschool Environments and Need Support for Children’s Academic Motivation.” Journal of School Choice, 10, No. 3 (2016): 330-354. [Abstract] Summary: Bell is a former teacher, best-selling author, and the founder of … Continue reading

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RESEARCH AND TRENDS IN STUDIES OF HOMESCHOOLING PRACTICES: Review of Selected Journals

Record: Khairul Azhar Jamaludin, Norlidah Alias, and Dorothy DeWitt, “Research and Trends in the Studies of Homeschooling Practices: A Review on Selected Journals” in The Turkish Online Journal of Educational Technology (2015): 111-119. [Article] Summary: Jamaludin, Alias, and DeWitt are … Continue reading

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HOMESCHOOLED ADOLESCENTS: Drugs, Delinquency, and Grade Level

Record: Sharon Green-Hennessy, “Homeschooled Adolescents in the United States: Developmental Outcomes” in Journal of Adolescence 37, no. 4 (June 2014): 441-449 [Abstract here] Summary:  Green-Hennessy is a psychology professor at Loyola Maryland.  After beginning with a very strong lit review, … Continue reading

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