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by Charlene Klassen Endrizzi

eBook Becoming Teammates: Teachers and Families as Literacy Partners epub
  • ISBN: 0814102735
  • Author: Charlene Klassen Endrizzi
  • Genre: Education
  • Subcategory: Schools & Teaching
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: National Council of Teachers of English (June 12, 2008)
  • Pages: 245 pages
  • ePUB size: 1838 kb
  • FB2 size 1683 kb
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Becoming Teammates book.

Becoming Teammates book.

Foreword by Yetta M. Goodman Becoming Teammates: Teachers and Families as Literacy Partners offers a bold new look at how teachers and families can work together. ISBN13:9780814102732. Release Date:January 2008. Publisher:National Council of Teachers of English. 25 lbs. Dimensions:10.

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Today teachers realize that families are essential learning partners but struggle to find simple ways to value each child’s literacy funds of knowledge, said Klassen Endrizzi.

Families of children struggling to acquire literacy skills are often faced with many challenges other families never experience. This book describes five principles to guide teachers in working with families of struggling readers. For teachers, trying to reach out to these families and form partnerships is equally challenging. Bridges enable connections to be made between people and ideas and allow passage from one side to another. With examples from the field, tools to put into practice, and extensive resources lists, teachers will expand their understanding of family engagement.

Becoming Teammates: Teachers and Families as Literacy Partners by Charlene Klassen Endrizzi. Endrizzi offers a bold new look at how teachers and families can work together to build family-school relationships that value and respect each other’s perspectives on literacy. Featuring the voices of parents, teachers, graduate students, and preservice teachers, Charlene Klassen Endrizzi’s book explores how families and educators can combine their resources to become essential teammates and partners in children’s literacy development.

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Charlene Endrizzi urges, "When family-school partnerships are perceived as opportunities for families and teachers to.Endrizzi, Charlene Klassen. Becoming Teammates: Teachers and Families as Literacy Partners.

Charlene Endrizzi urges, "When family-school partnerships are perceived as opportunities for families and teachers to learn together deliberately, they transform parent-teacher interactions. recognize the need to respect a child's years of learning beyond their classroom, they intentionally set out to build bridges and work to unite community, home, and school learning experiences.

Foreword by Yetta M. Goodman_Becoming Teammates: Teachers and Families as Literacy Partners_ offers a bold new look at how teachers and families can work together to build family-school relationships that value and respect each other's perspectives on literacy. Featuring the voices of parents, teachers, graduate students, and preservice teachers, this book explores how families and educators can combine their resources to become essential teammates and partners in children's literacy development. Charlene Klassen Endrizzi recognizes that family-school partnerships are a complex undertaking and offers suggestions for three phases of implementation. --In Phase 1, teachers begin by extending to family members a variety of invitations to communicate via surveys, ceremonies, and celebrations thus building an awareness and understanding of the literacy learning that occurs both in school and at home. --Phase 2 explores how teachers can initiate a two-way literacy conversation with families through dialogue journals, curricular newsletters, and literacy backpacks. --The final stage has teachers forging partnerships with parents at Family Literacy Gatherings, during which they explain and demonstrate literacy beliefs and practices, discover and appreciate the families' funds of knowledge, and acknowledge and nurture the emerging parent advocates.Endrizzi challenges teachers to take an active role in developing partnerships by considering a myriad of ways to build bridges of understanding with their students' first learning partners.
Comments: (3)
Rose Of Winds
In today's busy world, teachers and parents working together to become partners in education is often difficult on both ends. Not only is it difficult just to find the time, teachers often find it difficult to take that first step of initiating parent study groups, workshops, etc. because they are unsure what to expect. In her book,Becoming Teammates: Teachers and Families as Literacy Partners, Charlene Klassen Endrizzi helps the reader to look at the three paradigms of family-school partnerships. Family-school partnerships are an important part of education for all children, and this books provides teachers with examples of ways to take that first step in building the family-school partnership. Great ideas and examples include: family message journals, family literacy gatherings, surveys, etc. Great book for all educators including pre-service teachers who are looking at opening the line of communication between school and home!
Clonanau
For many teachers the thought of working with families of the students in their classrooms can bring up anxious feelings. Few had the opportunity to address strategies for working with families other than knowing it is important and that children whose families are involved in their schooling do better. What is a teacher to do? Klassen-Endrizzi offers teachers practical suggestions of how to establish home-school partnerships. After years of working with parents, Klassen-Endrizzi shares her experiences, her expertise, her success and her failures with the reader. Her suggestions for workshop topics, how to organize for them, and the language and attitudes that seem to promote partnerships are invaluable for teachers.
Xtintisha
As a former teacher, current teacher educator and parent I found this book very compelling. Despite both being "for the children" teachers and parents so frequently misunderstand each other and miss opportunities to really support children's learning. A great book for teacher study groups, teacher ed. programs and for parent teacher groups!
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