2 edition of Parents and teachers found in the catalog.
Parents and teachers
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In a step by step fashion, Parents are Teachers provides a clear understanding of the terminology, methods, and implementation of behavior modification in both parents and children. I say both because the parent also changes when using the by: out of 5 stars Great book for Teachers and Parents.
Reviewed in the United States on August 5, Verified Purchase. Read this book ages ago and sent it to my daughter, a first year teacher.
Ginott was one of the early Humanist Psychologists in the field Cited by: For everyone who participated in our Buy and Book, Donate a Book program: WE THANK YOU. Many of you either donated a book or made a monetary donation to the Parents as Teachers Conference book drive this year through our partnership with First Book.
We are thrilled to announce that you helped us raise $ through your generosity. Parents as Teachers builds strong communities, thriving families and children that are healthy, safe and ready to learn.
Our parent educators use an evidence-based home visiting model with parents and caregivers during a child’s earliest years in life, from prenatal through kindergarten. Our evidenc. Parents as Teachers. To provide Parents and Teachers with the best guidance on how to communicate with children about the COVID (novel coronavirus) outbreak, Dr.
Patricia Haynes led a team of faculty and students in the Department of Health Promotion Science to gather these materials into a Toolkit. The Toolkit will help us all work with our kids to understand the outbreak and stay healthy.