Parents’ perceptions of their roles in supporting their child with Down Syndrome develop mathematical concepts

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"Many parents of children with Down syndrome are working with their child to help them learn. Little is known of the roles they play, however, in the development of mathematics concepts. This thesis reports on an investigation of the self-reported perceived roles of these parents and the way in which the perceptions of their roles changed during this study. The study is situated within the Parent Involvement Process theoretical model first developed by Hoover-Dempsey and...
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