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Amundson, Kristen – 1991
This booklet offers 101 tips on ways parents and other adults can become more involved in children's education. Suggestions are provided in 13 sections: (1) Learning Begins at Home; (2) Using the Newspaper for Better Learning; (3) Make Family Time = Learning Time; (4) Starting School Ready to Learn; (5) Building Self-Esteem; (6) Improving Academic…
Descriptors: Academic Achievement, Child Rearing, Elementary Secondary Education, Family Environment
Diffily, Deborah, Ed.; Morrison, Kathy, Ed. – 1996
Noting the value of communication between early childhood teachers and parents, this book contains 93 reproducible articles on a variety of topics for early childhood education teachers to use in newsletters or handouts for maintaining regular, informative communication with families. Additional references, suggestions for adapting the article,…
Descriptors: Bulletin Boards, Child Rearing, Class Activities, Discipline
Landsverk, Ruth Anne – 1995
This parents' and teachers' guide presents ways that parents and families of elementary and high school students can become involved in their children's academic progress and can enhance conditions for development of all children in their community. Topics covered in this issue are family involvement, family centers, homeless children, family…
Descriptors: Archaeology, Elementary Secondary Education, Family School Relationship, Homeless People
Bornstein, Marc H., Ed. – 1995
Concerned with problems, compromises, and challenges of parenting, this volume, the fourth of four volumes on parenting specifically deals with applied issues and practical considerations in parenting. The volume consists of 18 chapters as follows: (1) "Maternal Deprivation" (Michael Rutter); (2) "Marital Interaction and…
Descriptors: Caregiver Child Relationship, Caregiver Role, Child Abuse, Child Health