Research Fellow at the HSE University Institute of Education (Russia)
Mikhail Goshin graduated with honors from the P.G. Demidov Yaroslavl State University in 2002 as a biology educator. In 2006 he successfully defended his candidate thesis and earned a candidate degree in Chemistry. In 2014 he successfully completed a master’s degree from HSE University in Psychology. He has worked as a research fellow in A.A. Pinskiy Center for General and Extracurricular Education of the Institute of Education at HSE University since 2013 in Moscow. His research intersts include parent engagement in extracurricular education, agency, education management, and informational openness. While working at the HSE University Institute of Education he published around 30 works, including 7 in journals indexed in Scopus and Web of Science database.
12:15 – 13:00
Strategies of parent engagement in education and student participation in extracurricular education
Parent participation in education and extracurricular activities is key to ensure student participation and their academic achievement. However, different strategies used by the parents will inevitably lead to different consequences, as all of them are not equally productive. Some forms of parent participation stimulate adolescent participation in extracurricular activities, while others can lead to a decrease in their motivation. This seminar will explore the theoretical approaches to establishing typological models of parent participation in education and will present the results of empirical studies aimed at understanding the links between forms of parent engagement in education and student participation in extracurricular education.