The Cognitive Enrichment Advantage Family-School Partnership Handbook
The Cognitive Enrichment Advantage Family-School Partnership Handbook shows how families can work in partnership with teachers to help their children learn how to learn, improve academic achievement, and become effective, independent learners. The Handbook helps family members understand what their children need to know about learning to be successful in school. When parents understand how the worldview of the school may be different from the worldview about learning they share at home, they can help their children uncover the hidden rules of school and still appreciate the worldview of their families. The Handbook includes information, stories, tips, and checklists parents can use to provide mediated learning as they help their children build learning strategies based on 12 Building Blocks of Thinking (cognitive processes that lead to flexibility in thinking) and 8 Tools of Learning (processes involving feelings and motivation important in any learning experience). While designed to be used by family members in partnership with teachers using the CEA classroom approach, the Handbook can also be used by family members without teacher participation. CEA Teachers find the Family-School Partnership Handbook helpful in understanding their role in the classroom.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
advanced bridging appears advanced bridging worksheet apply this principle ask that classmate Awareness of Self-Change beginning bridging approach beginning bridging follow Block or Tool Blocks and Tools bridging becomes comfortable Bridging Principles Based Building Block child asks questions child can share child think child to describe Child's name Date classmate or read classmate whose family Connecting Events Date Family member's Describe a strategy describe your child effective learners events and school Examples of Family Family Activities Family Mediated Learning Family member's name family members FAMILY REFLECTION CHECKLIST Feeling of Challenge Feeling of Competence Getting the Main home events Inner Meaning Main Idea math name Date Family Precision and Accuracy principle in events principle to school Problem Identification read a library rience Sample Bridging Principles school events Selective Attention Self-Regulation Share an example Share two examples Sharing Behavior steps for beginning strategy to think talking Thought Integration Write the principle