Family Involvement in Early Education and Child Care Vol: 20

John A. Sutterby
University of Texas at San Antonio, USA


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Product Details
Format:
Hardback
ISBN:
9781786354082
Published:
21 Nov 2016
Publisher:
Emerald Group Publishing Limited
Dimensions:
208 pages - 152 x 229 x 18mm
Series:
Advances in Early Education And Day Care
This being the 20th volume in the series of Advances in Early Education in Day Care, it encourages reflection on previous volumes. Family involvement has been an issue in early education going back to Pestalozzi almost two centuries ago. Although the issue has been discussed in many different ways since then, there are still areas where we have much to learn. This series approached this topic in 1998 with the publication of volume 9 edited by Stuart Reifel, Carl Dunst and Mark Wolery. What advances in the area of family involvement in early education have been made since the publication of the previous volume.
Preservice Teachers' Self-Efficacy In Working With Families: Can An Immersive Course Make A Difference? - Kyoung Jin Kim and Linda K. Taylor Bornlearningfi Academy: A School-Based Program For Strengthening Families With Children Under Age Five - Jaesook L. Gilbert, Helene Arbouet Harte and Lenore J. Kinne Meaningful Family Engagement In Early Care And Education Programs: The Role Of Home Visits In Promoting Positive Parent-Child Interaction - Rena A. Hallam, Myae Han, Jennifer Vu and Jason T. Hustedt A Novel Take On Family Involvement: Public Libraries As Early Education For The Whole Family - Megan E. Pratt, Michelle Taylor, Lauren van Huisstede and Larissa M. Gaias Pathways To Relational Family Engagement With Culturally And Linguistically Diverse Families: Can Reflective Practice Guide Us? - Elita Amini Virmani, Ann-Marie Wiese and Peter L. Mangione Immigrant Families And Early Childhood Programs: Addressing The New Challenges Of The 21st Century - Neda Moinolmolki, Juana Gaviria-Loaiza and Myae Han Family Involvement In The Assessment And Instruction Of Dual Language Learners - Amanda Czik and Kandia Lewis Teachers And Parents As Partners: Developing A Community Of Practice To Support Latino Preschool Dual Language Learners - Brook E. Sawyer, Patricia H. Manz, Kristin A. Martin, Thomas C. Hammond and Scott Garrigan
John A. Sutterby, The University of Texas at Brownsville, Brownsville, TX, USA

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