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The parent backpack for kindergarten through grade 5 : how to support your child's education, end homework meltdowns, and build parent-teacher connections

Author: Marylisa Nichols
Publisher: Berkeley : Ten Speed Press, [2013]
Edition/Format:   Book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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A guide for parents on how to get actively involved in a child's education outlines strategies for building positive relationships with educators and explains how to identify a student's learning style and avoid common obstacles.
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Genre/Form: Handbooks, manuals, etc
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Marylisa Nichols
ISBN: 9781607744740 1607744740
OCLC Number: 816027109
Description: xiv, 306 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Introduction: What I wish I knew then --
Part One: Education today: insights and perspectives. Understanding your child's journey ; Your role in a changing system ; Building bridges to school and learning ; Kindergarten matters --
Part Two: Connecting to your child's learning. Words that work with teachers ; Why Jack likes to read --
and write ; It's all about the teaching ; Balancing academics with connection and confidence ; When your child needs more support ; The social and emotional realities of bullying ; Thinking, learning, and technology --
Part Three: Supporting your child's learning at home. Guiding homework, projects, and studying ; Fueling your child's brain and body; Coaching kids to organize and self-advocate.
Responsibility: Marylisa Nichols.

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A guide for parents on how to get actively involved in a child's education outlines strategies for building positive relationships with educators and explains how to identify a student's learning style and avoid common obstacles.
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