Early Education: The Parents' Role

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Paul Chapman, Oct 28, 1988 - Education - 204 pages
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This book brings together readings which provide a comprehensive overview of current perspectives and practices in teacher-parent relations. Far-reaching innovations have been brought about in the field of home-school relationships in the last two decades, resulting in an increasing demand for more meaningful, closer and effective links between home and school - in short a recognition of the complementary roles of parent and teacher and the need for teachers to reinforce and support parental effort.

The dominant theme which underlies the selection of readings emphasizes the powerful influence that parents exert on their children's development and progress. What parents do about their children's education appears to be of immeasurably more importance than educators have hitherto suspected.

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Cohen has touched the hearts and lives of thousands of people seeking more aliveness, authenticity, and creative self-expression in their lives. Alan is a faculty member at Omega Instituite for Holistic Studies and is a popular keynote speaker for corporate, educational, and health conferences internaationally.

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