Educational Partnerships

Un libro in lingua di Cox Amy petersen edito da Sage Pubns, 2010

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This text will help K-8 teachers connect with culturally, linguistically, and academically diverse students and families and sustain community partnerships with service organizations, corporations, and faith-based organizations. The book begins with a rationale and history of educational partnerships, then supplies background on family structures in the 21st century, communicating with diverse families, rethinking homework assignments, and family-school events. The book offers case studies on teachers, students, and community members, plus notes from the classroom from real-life teachers. How to sections explain how to develop an action plan and how to seek funding, with a list of web sites for organizations that provide grants and awards. Learning features include chapter reflections and field activities, plus a 10-page glossary. A student web site contains quizzes, flashcards, and links to SAGE journal articles. A teacher web site contains a test bank, PowerPoint slides, sample syllabi, and teaching tips. The text can be used for courses in community partnerships; it can also be used independently by curriculum directors, school administrators, and teachers. Cox-Petersen is affiliated with California State University-Fullerton. Annotation ©2010 Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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