50 Strategies for Communicating and Working with Diverse Families VitalSource eText (3e) : 9780133560039

50 Strategies for Communicating and Working with Diverse Families VitalSource eText (3e)

 
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3
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9780133560039
ISBN 10
 
0133560031
Published
 
16/01/2015
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Pearson Higher Ed USA
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For courses that cover Parent/Home-School Relations in Early Childhood Education and/or multicultural education in early childhood.

This targeted text offers practical strategies for partnering with families to support, enhance, and maximize the quality of care and education of young children. It presents a plethora of ideas for creating the trust necessary for true collaboration between families and the early childhood professional, and guides the student how to develop useful programs that include all families and individuals.

Table of contents
Section 1: Welcoming Everybody
Chapter 1: Appreciating All Kinds of Families
Chapter 2: Working with Immigrant Families
Chapter 3: Including Families of Children with Special Needs
Chapter 4: Creating an Antibias Environment
Chapter 5: Respecting All Families, Including Those with Same-Sex Parents
Section 2: Partnerships with Families
Chapter 6: Building Partnerships
Chapter 7: Removing Barriers to Partnerships
Chapter 8: Minimizing Competition with Parents
Chapter 9: Supporting Attachments
Chapter 10: Considering Authority
Chapter 11: Focusing on Family Strengths
Chapter 12: Helping Parents to Be Advocates for Their Children
Chapter 13: Encouraging Parents to Become Advocates for All Children
Chapter 14: Creating a Sense of Community
Section 3: Honoring and Working with Diversity
Chapter 15: Understanding and Appreciating Cultural Differences
Chapter 16: Establishing Culturally Responsive Education and Care
Chapter 17: Working with Conflicts Around Education and Care Practices
Chapter 18: Considering Cultural Differences in Guidance and Discipline
Chapter 19: Working with Families Around What You Believe Are Harmful Practices
Chapter 20: Thinking about Differing Ideas Related to How Children Learn
Chapter 21: Managing Conflicts
Section 4: Family Participation and Education
Chapter 22: Considering Family Participation
Chapter 23: Including Families in the Classroom or Center
Chapter 24: Focusing on Fathers and Grandfathers
Chapter 25: Taking a Transformative Approach to Parent Education
Chapter 26: Working With Families Around Holiday Issues
Chapter 27: Exploring Parents' Role on Decision-Making Boards and Councils
Section 5: Communication
Chapter 28: Creating Environments for Communication
Chapter 29: Empowering Self and Others
Chapter 30: Communicating Through Writing
Chapter 31: Holding Ongoing Conversations with Families
Chapter 32: Looking at Nonverbal Communication Across Cultures
Section 6: Meetings and Conferences
Chapter 33: Meeting with Families for the First Time
Chapter 34: Thinking About Meetings in General
Chapter 35: Holding Conferences
Chapter 36: Considering Cross-Cultural Conferences
Chapter 37: Talking with Families when Concerns Arise
Section 7: Working with Parents around Specific Issues
Chapter 38: Helping teh Child Enter the School or Program
Chapter 39: Maintaining Home Languages
Chapter 40: Easing Children Through Transitions
Chapter 41: Brining Nature into Children's Lives
Chapter 42: Addressing Obesity with Nutrition
Chapter 43: Dealing with Media Issues
Chapter 44: Maintaining Stability During Divorce
Chapter 45: Coping with a Death in the Family
Chapter 46: Finding Community Resources and Making Referrals
Section 8: Challenging Conversations
Chapter 47: Working with Parents Who Constantly Complain
Chapter 48: Working with Family Members Who Appear Hostile
Chapter 49: Talking with Families About Behavior Changes
Chapter 50: Referring Families for Abuse or Neglect
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