Developing Home-School Partnerships: From Concepts to Practice / Edition 1

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  • ISBN-13: 9780807732304
  • Publisher: Teachers College Press
  • Publication date: 1/1/1993
  • Edition description: New Edition
  • Edition number: 1
  • Pages: 168
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.42 (d)

Table of Contents

Foreword
Preface
1 Introduction: The Benefits of Parent Involvement 1
The Urgent Need for Improved Partnerships 1
Parent Involvement and Student Achievement 2
Effects of Parent Involvement on Adults 10
Summary 11
2 Barriers to Parent Involvement 13
Changing Demographics 14
School Norms That Do Not Support Partnership 17
Limited Resources to Support Parent Involvement 22
Lack of Information About How to Establish Partnerships 24
Barriers from the Parents' Perspective 25
Summary 26
3 Three Models of Home-School Relationships 27
The Protective Model 28
The School-to-Home Transmission Model 29
The Curriculum Enrichment Model 38
Summary 46
4 A New Vision: The Partnership Model 47
Goals and Assumptions 48
Illustrations 50
Evaluation 56
Four Elements of a True Partnership Between Home and School 57
Summary 58
5 Establishing Two-Way Communication 60
The Goals of Two-Way Communication 61
Creating a Culture That Supports Two-Way Communication 62
Building the Scaffolding 66
Clarifying the School's Hopes and Expectations 71
Hearing from Parents 74
Summary 77
6 Two-Way Communication During Conferences 79
Preparation for the Conference 80
Tips for Conducting Conferences 87
Common Challenges in Establishing Two-Way Communication 95
Summary 100
7 Enhancing Children's Learning at Home and School 101
Parent Involvement in Children's Learning at School 101
Creating a Culture at Home That Supports School Success 106
The Community Connection 118
Summary 119
8 Providing Mutual Support 121
School Support for Parents 122
Parent Support for Educators 128
Home-School-Community Linkages 132
Summary 134
9 Making Joint Decisions 136
School-Based Management 138
Concerns About Joint Decision Making 146
Suggestions for Joint Decision Making in SBM Councils 149
Summary 153
10 Three Paths to Partnership 155
Path 1. Establishing a Limited Partnership for Children's Learning 157
Path 2. Building a Comprehensive Program: Networks of Mutual Support 160
Path 3. Restructuring Schools for Partnership and Student Achievement 164
Summary 167
Conclusion 167
References 169
Appendixes 179
Index 205
About the Author 213
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