Welcoming Classroom

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The children in todays early childhood classroom are more culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse than ever. As a teacher, your challenge is to partner with each family through recognizing their individual strengths, concerns, priorities, an…

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    Om Welcoming Classroom

    The children in todays early childhood classroom are more culturally, linguistically, and ability diverse than ever. As a teacher, your challenge is to partner with each family through recognizing their individual strengths, concerns, priorities, and resources. InThe Welcoming Classroom: Building Strong Home-to-School Connections for Early Learning, Dr. Johnna Darragh Ernst offers practical ideas for creating a welcoming atmosphere for families that will encourage them to participate in their childrens learning community.Learn practical ways to connect with families from varied cultural and language backgrounds and abilities.Gain new strategies for creating a home-school link to support learning.Create a richer learning environment by integrating unique family cultural perspectives.Learn ways to encourage family participation in decision making.Learn strategies to develop families as resources.Communicate the message that all families are valued members of the learning community.From improving childrens school readiness to encouraging positive engagement with peers, promoting student academic achievement, increasing graduation rates, and helping reduce the negative impact of poverty, the benefits of engaging families early will impact the young children in your care long after they leave your classroom!

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    Format
    E-Bok
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    Teknisk DRM
    Filformat
    ePUB
    Utgivelsesår
    2014
    Forlag
    Gryphon House Inc.
    Språk
    Engelsk
    ISBN
    9780876594834
    Sider
    148

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