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by Annabelle Most Markoff

Author: Annabelle Most Markoff
Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
Language: English
Publisher: Academic Therapy Pubns (September 1, 1992)
Pages: 128 pages
Category: Teaching and Education
Rating: 4.6
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Within Reach: Academic Achievement Through Parent-Teacher Communication. Never before has the need for a parent-teacher partnership been defined and explored with more insight, expertise, and humanity than it has in this book

Within Reach: Academic Achievement Through Parent-Teacher Communication. by Annabelle Most Markoff. Never before has the need for a parent-teacher partnership been defined and explored with more insight, expertise, and humanity than it has in this book. Clearly, the author had the interests of both parents and teachers in mind when she wrote this book. The responsibilities of each member of the educational team (including the child) are carefully and logically articulated.

academic achievement through parent-teacher communication. Published 1992 by Academic Therapy Publications in Novato, Calif. There's no description for this book yet.

This guide to fostering parent-teacher cooperation in the education of children with special needs, especially children with . The eight chapters following the introduction each consider different aspects of the parent-teacher relationship.

This guide to fostering parent-teacher cooperation in the education of children with special needs, especially children with learning disabilities, offers a structure and process to maximize the effectiveness of parent-teacher meetings and other forms of communication. Specific attention is given to the state of the learning disability field.

The more the parents involve in the process of imparting education to their children, the more the .

The more the parents involve in the process of imparting education to their children, the more the children might excel in their academic career and to become the productive and responsible members of society. It has been assumed that academic achievement of students may not only depend on the quality of schools and the teachers, rather the extent of parental involvement has vital role to play in academic achievement of their kids

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CEO of Reaching Academic Achievement Worldwide, featured on Teacher Pop: This was posted on Teacher Pop by Classkick’s Director of Teacher Happiness, Laura Litton The biggest lever for increasing student learning is facilitating great feedback. RAAW Inc. Reaching Academic Achievement Worldwide. 22 November 2016 ·. . W Inc. participates in Junior Achievement's Volunteer day.

2015) who concluded that congruent parent-teacher communication improves . This study examined communication apprehension within parent–child relationships as a function of parental alienation.

2015) who concluded that congruent parent-teacher communication improves children's social skills. A swot analysis of teacher-parent communication in education: evidence from Turkey. This study examined communication apprehension within parent–child relationships as a function of parental alienation and self-esteem.

Having parents be involved in their students school work will help to keep the .

Having parents be involved in their students school work will help to keep the students on track to be accomplished in the academic environment. Parent’s that take an active interest in what their child is doing in school tend to have a more successful student. To have a successful environment I will the expectation of a respect. I was behind on Tulane coursework and actually used UCLA’s materials to help me move forward and get everything together on time.

Never before has the need for a parent-teacher partnership been defined and explored with more insight, expertise, and humanity than it has in this book. Clearly, the author had the interests of both parents and teachers in mind when she wrote this book. The responsibilities of each member of the educational team (including the child) are carefully and logically articulated.