Location

Portland State University

Start Date

20-6-2018 10:00 AM

Persistent Identifier

https://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/26504

Description

College students who are parents are a unique population whose voices are not often represented. This session will look at the research results on the childcare needs of over 750 college students who are parents at a large 4-year Hispanic Serving Institution, on the West-Coast. This presentation will present the voices of student parents and their struggle with support services needed to succeed at an institution of higher education.

Dr. Nancy Dayne- Nancy is an assistant professor at California State University Long Beach (CSULB), in the area of Child Development and Family Studies. She has a BA in Child Development and Family Studies, an MA in Early Childhood Education, and her doctoral degree is in Education with an emphasis in Teacher Education in Multicultural Societies. She was also a preschool teacher, assistant director, and center director. Her research interests include online and face-to-face instructional settings for higher ed. students, higher ed. student-parent support services, pre-service and in-service teacher development, parent education, and parent involvement.

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Jun 20th, 10:00 AM

The Lived Experiences of Student Parents at a 4-year Institution of Higher Education

Portland State University

College students who are parents are a unique population whose voices are not often represented. This session will look at the research results on the childcare needs of over 750 college students who are parents at a large 4-year Hispanic Serving Institution, on the West-Coast. This presentation will present the voices of student parents and their struggle with support services needed to succeed at an institution of higher education.

Dr. Nancy Dayne- Nancy is an assistant professor at California State University Long Beach (CSULB), in the area of Child Development and Family Studies. She has a BA in Child Development and Family Studies, an MA in Early Childhood Education, and her doctoral degree is in Education with an emphasis in Teacher Education in Multicultural Societies. She was also a preschool teacher, assistant director, and center director. Her research interests include online and face-to-face instructional settings for higher ed. students, higher ed. student-parent support services, pre-service and in-service teacher development, parent education, and parent involvement.