Community organizer and Montessori teacher Dorothy Harman explains how to create mutually beneficial parent/teacher relationships, because she knows children are more cooperative and successful in the classroom when their parents are engaged in their education.
Dorothy includes communication templates and dozens of easy practical activities. Her approach builds on the work teachers and administrators already do with families.
She also included anecdotal and research-based advice on relationships and communication--skills any teacher can use.
From preparing for parent teacher conferences, open houses, field trips and difficult conversations, to enlisting the help of parent volunteers, this book is chock full of practical suggestions and ideas.
Contains practical activities for early childhood and elementary. Includes examples of newsletters, progress reports, and other vital forms of communication to parents. A must-have book for early childhood and lower elementary teachers! Paperback, 149 pages.
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