Every Teacher′s Guide to Working With Parents
Transform teacher-parent relationships into a strategy for children′s success!
Straightforward chapters offer teachers everything from theory to commonsense strategies for working with parents to improve life and learning for all children.
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37 What Do Parents Do When a Child Dislikes the Teacher? 38 What Do Parents Do When They Disagree With the Teacher? 39 Professionalism .. . in a Personal Way 39 Working With Parents: Key Strategies for Teachers 40 Greet Parents With ...
... 78 Stepparents 79 What the Children Want 79 Message Five: It Really Does Take a Village to Raise a Child 79 Members of the Village 81 What the Village Can Do 83 Message Six: Schools That Advocate for Families Reap Multiple Rewards.
She had heard somehow about a father who had put his child in an oil drum while he went to work. I told her that the news is often bad because the bad stuff is more rare than the good. That's what makes it news.
I was an only child, and both my parents worked. I am Lutheran, but my parents did not attend church while I was growing up. I made the decision to attend church on my own when I was in my early 20s. I taught sixth and seventh grade ...
... Everett and Mily Phelps and Albert and Gina Horgen With encouragement and appreciation, I also dedicate this book to the teachers and parents who work tirelessly together to make the world a better place for every child.