School administrators and principals are increasingly being called on to increase parent involvement in their schools, and this is no easy task. This book will give elementary school leaders the no-fuss tools they need to increase parent involvement in their students' education and the school's activities. Materials include: a reference section on issues and techniques that both administrative staff and faculty will find valuable hands-on guides for teachers to help with such issues as parent-teacher conferences, form letters, keeping parents updated, and other topic ready-to-use items for principals to send home to parents. All the forms, checklists and worksheets included in the book are also available on diskette for easy customization.This is an excellent way for parents to know from the start what their kids will be expected to master during the year. The plans ... In addition, teachers indicate on their plans how theya#39;ll evaluate student performance a noting methods theya#39;ll use, like class ... The folders include the studenta#39;s discipline chart from the previous week, samples of homework and class assignments and a letter from the teacher.
|Title||:||Involving Parents in Education|
|Author||:||Aspen, Darla Struck, Aspen Education Development Group|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 1995|