Every Teacher's Guide to Working With Parents

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Corwin Press, 2005 M06 23 - 128 pages
Educator (and parent) Gwen Rudney offers straightforward strategies and suggestions to help teachers collaborate with parents to improve life and learning for all children.
 

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Contents

Preface
Acknowledgments
About the Author
Why Do They Do Those Things They Do?
How Can Teachers Build Relationships That Work?
What Are Powerful Messages We Can Share?
References
Index
Copyright

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About the author (2005)

Gwen L. Rudney, PhD, is an Associate Professor of Education at the University of Minnesota, Morris. A teacher of language arts and social studies at the middle school level for more than a decade, her teaching and research interests include classroom processes, teacher development, multicultural education, and working with parents. She has worked with student teachers and cooperating teachers in regional, national, and international settings. She is coauthor of Maximum Mentoring: An Action Guide for Teacher Trainers and Cooperating Teachers. She enjoys serving as the chair of the Minnesota Teacher of the Year Program. In 2004, she received the University of Minnesota, Morris, Alumni Teaching Award.

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