Every Teacher's Guide to Working With Parents (Paperback)Gwen L. Rudney (author)
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Working from research in three key areas - parent development and parenting skills, social and historical influences on families, and parent-school relationships - teacher (and parent), Gwen Rudney offers teachers a more useful interpretation of parent beliefs and actions, designed to lead to community, trust-building, collaboration, gratitude, and friendship.
Straightforward chapters offer teachers theory, practice, case studies, workshop exercises, and common sense strategies and reminders for working with parents to improve life and learning for all children.
Publisher: SAGE Publications Inc
Number of pages: 128
Weight: 200 g
Dimensions: 228 x 152 x 9 mm
"Teachers can easily use the strategies to be more effective communicators. Most importantly, the entire book is discussing a problem that all teachers have. .. We all have unique circumstances, but we all want the best for the students. How we do this is creating an effective plan that works for each individual child. This book's strategies make it seem possible." -- Cami Sullivan
"As I was reading it, I found things I could use in my next parent conference...The tone and style of the book really appealed to me. It was a fast read because it was so practical and useful. I wanted to keep reading to see what good information would come next." -- Kathryn McCormick
"A practical and valuable tool to teachers and parents." -- Monica Haeussler
"I will be recommending this book to my principal for staff in-service training.... I think all teachers should read this as a great refresher on working with parents. I highlighted pieces of information on almost every page." -- Tony Vincent
"Parent user-friendly...not overloaded with professional jargon." -- Karen Walker