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by Anne Wescott Dodd

Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together download ebook
ISBN:
0312213352
ISBN13:
978-0312213350
Author:
Anne Wescott Dodd
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Palgrave Macmillan; 1st edition (April 1, 1999)
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276 pages
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How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together. Anne Wescott Dodd and Jean L. Konzal. Anne Westcott Dodd is the chair of the Education Department at Bates College in Lewiston, Maine.

How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together. St. Martin's Griffin. Jean L. Konzal is an assistant professor in the Department of Elementary and Early Childhood Education at The College of New Jersey in Ewing, New Jersey. By Anne Westcott Dodd and Jean L. New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999. Making Our High Schools Better focuses on the relationship between parents and teachers in the context of school reform. Pointing out that conflicts between parents and educators have derailed reforms in a number of communities, the authors set out to demystify the multiple and diverse views existing within each group, focusing particularly on parents’ concerns with educator-initiated reforms.

Parents’ own school experiences are a major influence on their beliefs about how should be for their children, and these experiences varied

Parents’ own school experiences are a major influence on their beliefs about how should be for their children, and these experiences varied. Parents who differ in terms of their experiences with schools, develop different mental models about what goes on in good high school classrooms.

Anne Wescott Dodd and Jean L. Konzal, Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work . Cite this chapter as: Dodd . Konzal, Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together (New York: St. Martin’s Press, 1999). Authors and Affiliations. 2002) Why Parents, Educators, and Community Members Must Work Together. In: How Communities Build Stronger Schools. Palgrave Macmillan, New York.

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Find nearly any book by Anne Wescott Dodd. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together: ISBN 9780312233464 (978-0-312-23346-4) Softcover, St. Martin's Griffin, 2000. A Parent's Guide to Innovative Education: Working With Teachers, Schools, and Your Children for Real Learning.

She is the author of 200 articles for academic journals and general-interest publications and 10 books, including texts for two children’s picture books; A Parent’s Guide to Innovative Education, published by Noble Press in 1992 and selected as one of Child Magazine’s 10 Outstanding Books.

She is the author of 200 articles for academic journals and general-interest publications and 10 books, including texts for two children’s picture books; A Parent’s Guide to Innovative Education, published by Noble Press in 1992 and selected as one of Child Magazine’s 10 Outstanding Books for Parents; Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together, co-authored with Jean L. Konzal and published by St. Martin’s Press in 1999; and How Communities Build Stronger Schools, also co-authored with Konzal and published by Palgrave Macmillan in 2002

Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together

Making Our High Schools Better: How Parents and Teachers Can Work Together. Chapter 1: Introduction (Anne Dodd) Chapter 2: Synthesis and discussion (Anne Dodd) Chapter 3: The 'Oxenford': detailed studies of the Thames crossing at St Aldates (Mark Robinson and David R . More).

Advocating a new era of cooperation between parents and teachers, two educators offer a plan to heal America's schools by improving communication between home and school.