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  • Children's Rights to Read Video Release Form for Minors

    , social networking sites, magazines, newspapers, newsletters, fliers, posters, brochures, OF PARENT/GUARDIAN ___________________________________________ RELATIONSHIP TO MINOR(S
    August 23, 2019
  • Family-School Partnerships: Essential Elements of Literacy Instruction in the United States

    ) Brochures Family Literacy and the School Community: A Partnership for Lifelong Learning What, ). Developing parent partnerships in secondary literacy learning. Journal of Reading, 38, 520Ð526, Promoting parent involvement in schools. The Reading Teacher, 48, 614Ð617. Fredericks, A.D., , T.V., & Fredericks, A.D. (1988). Sharing literacy: Guiding principles and practices for parent, development and found that the parent involvement intervention led to an increase in at-home reading
    January 14, 2016
  • Building a Home–School Connection Through Take-Home Books

    For the past three years, I have served as an instructional coach at a Title I elementary school. One of my responsibilities is to help facilitate parent and community outreach, therefore I’m always on the lookout for new ways to strengthen the home–school connection and reading strategies and activities that parents can try at home. In the past, I had used social media, brochures, and our, to read, academic achievement, and parent involvement. I have had parents contact me to thank me
    August 01, 2017
  • Building Library Love From the Outside In

    community? Here are a few ways to start: Find out when your local schools are having parent events, drop off brochures or bookmarks with information about your library and its programs
    April 08, 2015
  • SEARCHing for an Answer The Critical Role of New Literacies While Reading on the Internet

    of information is in- creasing at an extremely rapid rate, it becomes ap- parent that effective, on the link ( 72-8/72-8.htm). Miguel and Marlene spend several minutes, Is the Internet? ( parent _ workshop/parent _ inservice.htm) ¥ Harnessing the Power
    October 23, 2020
  • Putting Books to Work

    , a kindergartner, a parent, a grandparent, or a superintendent. Students can then compose, presentations, and informational brochures. Students can present these projects to other classrooms
  • NAEYC/Learning to Read and Write

    teacher trainers, re- searchers, policy makers, child care staff, and parent advocates interested, to you • suggest that children write to friends and relatives • bring to a parent-teacher
    January 14, 2016
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