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Powell Douglas R., Schmitt Sara A., 2016
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A growing corpus of empirical and theoretical literature offers useful points of departure for the preparation of teachers on approaches to working with families of young children. In this chapter, we summarize key information on the contributions…
Fennimore Beatrice S., 2016
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This chapter is written to support the work of early childhood teacher educators as they strive to prepare future teachers for strong and meaningful relationships with families. The social justice approach, the foundation of this chapter, is one…
Lavelle Marie, October 2008
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A review of an overview of the central concepts, policy background, and evaluations of parental and multidisciplinary professional involvement in Sure Start Local Programmes
Sandberg Anette, Vuorinen Tuula, June 2008
Reports & Papers
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A study of several forms of cooperation between preschool teachers and parents, based on interviews with 26 preschool teachers and 32 parents from the middle part of Sweden
Tayler Collette, 2006
Reports & Papers
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A description of the development and purposes of educational partnerships among school personnel, and between schools and parents, in 3 Australian early childhood programs
Wilgus Gay, 2005
Reports & Papers
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A study of teachers, administrators, and parents? perspectives on parental and school rights and responsibilities regarding developmentally appropriate child care practices in a New York City Early Head Start program
Hedges Helen, Gibbs Colin, 2005
Reports & Papers
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A study of the impact of a family practicum placement on first year students? work with parents in a teacher preparation program in New Zealand
Joshi Arti, Taylor Alan, 2005
Reports & Papers
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A study examining the impact of teacher training, job satisfaction, experience, and class size on interactions between preschool teachers and parents
Dockett Sue, Perry Bob, 2004
Reports & Papers
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A survey-based study of Australian parents and teachers' perceptions of factors that are important to young children's successful transition to school, including knowledge, adjustment, skills, attitude, rules, physical characteristics, family…
Niemeyer Judith A., 2001
Reports & Papers
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A discussion of the development of a framework for familial involvement in early childhood teacher education
Bridge Heather, 2001
Reports & Papers
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An observational study of the use of the High/Scope preschool curriculum in a British child care center in order to improve the quality of parental involvement in a sample of employed parents
Essa Eva L., Favre Kelley, Thweatt Geri, Waugh Sherry, 1999
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A discussion of strategies to promote continuity of care at the Child and Family Research Center of the University of Nevada, Reno, and the importance of continuity of care for children's attachments, parent-teacher relationships, and year-to-year…