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Name:  Robert E Rockwell  

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-- Robert E Rockwell on WorldCat -- http://www.worldcat.org/search?q=robert++e+rockwell


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Professor Emeritus at Southern Illinois University

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Selected Titles At Your Library

Families and educators as partners /
ISBN: 1428318283. OCLC Number:

Wadsworth/Cengage Learning,. Belmont, Calif. :. 2010.

This book presents multiple strategies and techniques for building family involvement in schools, and helps students discern which to employ in the various educational settings they will encounter. Written with both public and private education in mind, this text includes many helpful features, including chapter-by-chapter student learning outcomes; boldface key terms; practical, experience-based examples; questions for discussion, expansion, and application; case studies; and website resources. - From publisher.

Everybody has a body :
ISBN: 0876591586. OCLC Number:

Gryphon House,. Mt. Rainier, Md. :. ©1992.

Contains science activities for use by teachers of children ages three through six.

Linking language :
ISBN: 0876592027. OCLC Number:

Gryphon House,. Beltsville, Md. :. ©1999.

Contains detailed instructions and reproducible worksheets to improve language and literacy skills in early childhood education classrooms, and covers snack time, dramatic and outdoor play, art, music and movement, math and science, and more.

Partnering with parents :
ISBN: 0876592310. OCLC Number:

Gryphon House,. Beltsville, MD :. ©2003.

Presents tips, strategies, and creative ways to involve parents in their child's learning process.

Fitness and nutrition for seniors /
ISBN: 0398049483. OCLC Number:

Thomas,. Springfield, Ill., U.S.A. :. ©1984.

Parents and teachers as partners :
ISBN: 0155004832. OCLC Number:

Harcourt Brace College Publishers,. Fort Worth :. ©1996.

As a child's first caregiver and teacher, a parent has both the right and the responsibility to be involved in the child's formal education. Early childhood programs need to begin to involve parents in the education of their children. It has never been possible to help children grow and develop without the mutual respect and cooperation between home and school. Today, this cooperation is more important than ever in children's achievement. Comprehensive yet practical, this textbook offers many strategies for working with families from diverse backgrounds or those who have children with special needs; communicating via written and oral means; organizing parent group meetings, conferences, and home visits; and utilizing support systems, including volunteers and community networks.


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