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📒The School Home Connection ✍ Rosemary A. Olender
✏The School Home Connection Book Summary : Research has consistently shown that student success is directly related to the strength of the relationships between parents and schools. In The School-Home Connection, the authors draw on original research and their professional experiences to identify the common sources of both negative and positive school-home relationships. The book presents a comprehensive approach to building closer connections and includes: Tools to help educators develop a deeper understanding of the communities they serve Strategies for improving interpersonal skills and communication skills A chapter on the importance of documenting and celebrating school events Guidelines for creating three distinct levels of parental participation in schools With suggestions for cultivating a community network of support services and a summary of lessons for forging constructive relationships, The School-Home Connection is an essential tool for educators looking to strengthen the learning community and increase student achievement.
📒Building School And Home Connections ✍ Jodene Lynn Smith
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📒The Welcoming Classroom ✍ Johnna Darragh Ernst
✏The Welcoming Classroom Book Summary : Engaged families make a difference in the lives of their children! The children in today's early childhood classroom are more culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse than ever. As a teacher, your challenge is to partner with each family through recognizing their individual strengths, concerns, priorities, and resources. In The Welcoming Classroom: Building Strong Home-to-School Connections for Early Learning, Dr. Johnna Darragh Ernst offers practical ideas for creating a welcoming atmosphere for families that will encourage them to participate in their children's learning community. Learn practical ways to connect with families from varied cultural and language backgrounds and abilities. Gain new strategies for creating a home-school link to support learning. Create a richer learning environment by integrating unique family cultural perspectives. Learn ways to encourage family participation in decision making. Learn strategies to develop families as resources. Communicate the message that all families are valued members of the learning community. From improving children's school readiness to encouraging positive engagement with peers, promoting student academic achievement, increasing graduation rates, and helping reduce the negative impact of poverty, the benefits of engaging families early will impact the young children in your care long after they leave your classroom! Johnna Darragh Ernst, PhD, is a professor of early childhood education at Heartland Community College in Normal, Illinois. She specializes in helping early childhood professionals connect with families to create inclusive early childhood classroom communities.
📒Teacher S Guide ✍ Chandra Prough
✏Teacher s Guide Book Summary : This helpful guide creates a common language for the school, teachers, and parents to give fourth-grade students a more cohesive learning environment. Teachers can easily encourage parent involvement in student achievement using the included ideas and materials for fun, easy-to-implement family-night activities centered around specific content areas.
📒Teacher S Guide ✍ Karen Gentry-Ederer
✏Teacher s Guide Book Summary : Create a common language for the school, teachers, and parents with the help of this Teacher's Guide. With ideas and supporting materials for easy and effective family-night activities centered around specific content areas, teachers can easily encourage parent involvement. These activities help acquaint parents and students with the eighth-grade classroom, creating a more cohesive learning environment for students.
📒Integrating The Performing Arts In Grades K 5 ✍ Rekha S. Rajan
✏Integrating the Performing Arts in Grades K 5 Book Summary : Enhance the learning experience by integrating the performing arts Research documents that the performing arts boost learning, build confidence, and motivate students to participate in class. How do we leverage these benefits in the current age of accountability? Rekha S. Rajan offers a practical solution with standards-aligned, concrete examples that show how to integrate the performing arts into math, science, social studies, and language arts. Key features include: Step-by-step examples of how to include the performing arts in all aspects of the curriculum Ways to impact students' learning in the cognitive, social, and artistic domains Activities that can be implemented immediately and easily Standards-based lesson plans
📒Building Trust For Better Schools ✍ Julie Reed Kochanek
✏Building Trust for Better Schools Book Summary : Kochanek links the growth of trust with positive outcomes that benefit schools, such as increased participation, greater openness to innovations, boosts in parent outreach, and higher academic productivity.
📒Building Better Connections ✍ Coles, Bob
✏Building Better Connections Book Summary : This highly topical report provides much needed evidence to inform the re-configuration of services for children and young people. Focusing on the Connexions strategy and service in England, it explores the effectiveness of inter-agency working in this area. The report is based on two years research in three contrasting Connexions Partnerships and around 300 hours of interviews with key stakeholders, young people's Personal Advisors and young people themselves. It examines the inter-agency strategies developed by the partnerships but, most importantly, what impact they have had on the interventions made with young people facing acute and complex needs. It will be of particular interest to Connexions professionals and managers, others involved in partnership working, those involved in the development and implementation of Children and Young People's Strategic Partnerships and Children's Trusts, as well as youth researchers and policy makers.
📒Character Education Connections For School Home And Community ✍ Diane Stirling
✏Character Education Connections for School Home and Community Book Summary : This book is a clear, concise, holistic resource for classroom teachers, with a thoughtful collection of approaches to integrating character education into daily learning and school life.