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50 Early Childhood Strategies for Working And Communicating With Diverse Families,9780131888579

50 Early Childhood Strategies for Working And Communicating With Diverse Families

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9780131888579

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0131888579
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2007
Publisher(s):
Prentice Hall
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Summary

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Table of Contents

Advocacy: Parents as Advocates for Their Own Children
1(2)
Advocacy: Parents Becoming Advocates for All Children
3(2)
Advocacy: Parents Concerned About School Readiness
5(3)
Antibias Environment
8(3)
Assessment
11(3)
Attachment
14(3)
Attitudes of Professionals: Examining and Adjusting One's Own
17(3)
Authority: Adult Behaviors Related To
20(2)
Authority: Teacher or Parent--- Who Has It When?
22(2)
Behavior Changes: Talking With Parents About
24(2)
Care and Education: The Link
26(4)
Care and Education Practices: When Conflicts Arise
30(2)
Communication: Nonverbal Across Cultures
32(2)
Communication Through Writing
34(3)
Community: Creating a Sense Of
37(3)
Community Resources: Referrals
40(2)
Competition: Parents and Professionals
42(2)
Conferences
44(3)
Conferences: Cross-Cultural
47(2)
Conflict Management
49(3)
Conversations: Ongoing--- With Families
52(2)
Culturally Responsive Care and Education
54(2)
Decision-Making Boards and Councils: Parents' Roles In
56(2)
Empowerment
58(2)
Environments for Communication
60(2)
Family Participation
62(4)
Family Support Services
66(2)
Fathers: Focusing On
68(3)
First Meeting With Families
71(4)
Home Visits
75(3)
Immigrant Families
78(3)
Inclusion of Families of Children With Special Needs
81(2)
Meetings
83(3)
Parent Complaints: Working With
86(2)
Parent Education: A Transformative Approach
88(3)
Parents in the Center or Classroom
91(3)
Partnerships: Building Them With Families
94(2)
Separation: Helping Children and Families
96(2)
Special Situations: Divorce in the Family
98(2)
Special Situations: Families Referred for Abusing or Neglecting Their Children
100(2)
Special Situations: Grandparents as Parents
102(1)
Special Situations: Parents Who Appear Hostile
103(2)
Strengths: Focus On
105(3)
Talking With Families When Concerns Arise
108(2)
Transitions: Helping Parents Help Their Child Enter the Program
110(3)
Transitions: Managing the End of the Day
113(3)
Transitions: Moving On
116(2)
Treating All Families With Respect: Including Same-Sex Parents
118(2)
Understanding and Appreciating Differences
120(3)
Working With Families Around What You Believe Are Harmful Practices
123(2)
References 125(4)
Index 129


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