Exploring the use of shared reading as a culturally responsive counseling intervention to promote literacy and social-emotional developmentJournal of Child and Adolescent Counseling (2017)
The present study examined outcomes of using culturally responsive shared reading in a group counseling setting to promote academic and social-emotional development with a group of seven Latina third graders. Through conducting a mixed methods case study that included quantitative behavioral observation data and qualitative content analysis, participants demonstrated improvement in academic engagement and social-emotional learning (SEL), including respect for others, effective communication and problem solving, self-management, self-awareness, and self-confidence. Implications for employing shared reading as a culturally responsive counseling intervention are described.
Citation InformationAmy Cook, Meghan R. Silva, Laura A. Hayden, Robin Codding, et al.. "Exploring the use of shared reading as a culturally responsive counseling intervention to promote literacy and social-emotional development" Journal of Child and Adolescent Counseling Vol. 1 (2017) p. 14 - 29
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