Handbook of School-Family Partnerships

Un libro in lingua di Christenson Sandra L. (EDT) Reschly Amy L. (EDT) edito da Taylor & Francis, 2009

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The key questions that have motivated this research handbook concern the ways families and schools can work together to enhance student learning and development, how research can inform such efforts, and how the field can be advanced. Edited by Christenson (educational leadership, U. of Minnesota) and Reschly (educational psychology and instructional technology, U. of Georgia), the handbook addresses the theoretical and empirical bases for school-family partnerships, issues associated with different student development levels, and issues concerning the research agenda for informing policy and practice. Common themes that emerge include the importance of understanding culture, families as an educational resource, the value of relationships, and the importance of evidence-based programs and interventions. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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