Attention-Grabbing Tools: For Involving Parents in their Children's Learning
112 pages • 8½ x 11
In this age cell phones and social media, of sound bites of eyewitness recordings, the very definition of communication is changing. This book explores a wide range of tools—from take-home information and materials, through parent conferences and learning nights, to digital and social media. Teachers will learn new ways to establish and maintain a solid parent-teacher relationship, one that holds the child at the centre of all education decisions.
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