Building Cultural Reciprocity with Families: Case Studies in Special Education
P.H. Brookes Publishing Company, Jan 1, 1999 - Education - 227 pages
See how the theory of cultural reciprocity becomes a reality with this engaging book. Actual case studies take you into the lives of eight families and show you how to use this technique to strengthen your interactions with parents or caregivers. As you read each study, you'll develop a better understanding of your own culture as well as the culture of special education. You'll learn to improve communication with families, so you can meet the needs of every student while respecting families' cultural beliefs.
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The Posture of Cultural Reciprocity
A Family with a Visionon a Mission
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