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Study-discussion group techniques for parent education leaders.

National Congress of Parents and Teachers.

Study-discussion group techniques for parent education leaders.

by National Congress of Parents and Teachers.

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Published by The Congress in Chicago .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Adult education.,
  • Discussion.

  • Edition Notes

    Bibliography: p. 62-63.

    The Physical Object
    Pagination64 p.
    Number of Pages64
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15184174M

    ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 23 cm: Contents: Group parent education: rationale and assumptions --The history and evolution of group parent education --Conceptual frameworks, part I: models for understanding group dynamics --Conceptual frameworks, part II: models for understanding the role of the group leader --Relationship. Effective parent leaders take time to build strong parent-child relationships through wholesome family activities, family projects, and service. One family’s mantra is: “We work together so we play together.” Growth mindset. Growth mindset is a buzzword in education and business circles right now, but it’s grounded in common-sense.

    The Child Study Team and Prereferral Strategies Connection to Teaching The Child Study Meeting (Deciding the next best step for the student) This chapter was helpful because it provided me with a lot of information on what to expect when I have to make referrals to my districts.   Your family is one of the most important organizations in the world and your family needs leadership. Take a leadership role in your family and become more effective and successful as a parent leader. You can’t be an effective and successful leader to your children if you aren’t a leader .

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Group Parent Education: Promoting Parent Learning and Support is a unique and important contribution to the growing field of parent education and support programs. The book builds upon the rich traditions of group parent education while incorporating contemporary theory and by: This source book on the philosophy, goals, and techniques of group parent education provides detailed and practical guidelines for setting up and conducting discussion groups for parents and expectant parents.

Attention is also given to groups for parents whose children are physically or emotionally handicapped, unwed mothers, and adoptive parents. In most group discussions, leaders who are relatively non-directive make for a more broad-ranging outlay of ideas, and a more satisfying experience for participants.

Directive leaders can be necessary in some situations. If a goal must be reached in a short time period, a directive leader might help to keep the group focused. Book Study Groups: Why and How. Thanks to its partnership with publisher Eye on Education, EducationWorld is pleased to reprint the blog post Why Should I Start or Join a Book Study Group.

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These groups can be organized in a variety of ways. There are adult groups, student-led groups, mother-daughter groups, father-son groups, and parent-child groups, to name just a few. At my library we have a parent-child book discussion group, but the guidelines found in this article can apply to any group with children as participants.”.

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Identify and adapt current successful models of parent leadership training to meet your needs. Enlist the help of community-based organizations, alumni of past training, and education agencies to recruit diverse participants that mirror the community.

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Parent Education Activities Parent education sessions need to be planned and should follow a similar sequence each time. The suggested sequence is listed here and is explained later in this article. Also, see Sample Parent Education Lessons beginning on page III–17 for examples.

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Wewant our children to behavewell,and to. Leading parenting groups is a great experience. You are not just helping parents—you are helping children, teachers, and your community by strengthening families.

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Tips for facilitating a book discussion: Submitted by Choose one question at a time and toss it out to the group. (See Generic Discussion Questions below.) Select a number of questions, write each on an index card, and distribute.

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I say that parenting is "pure" leadership because parents, like all good leaders, must motivate their children to .This issue brief provides an overview of parent education programming, research demonstrating its benefits, and information about different types and examples of evidence-based and evidence-informed parent education programs.

Innovative CBCAP-funded parent education programs also are highlighted. ISSUE BRIEF. February Parent Education to. A good leader will be sensitive to the mood of the group, discerning whether there is hurt, confusion, sadness, or frustration that needs to be addressed.

Don’t just play traffic cop. Be a shepherd. 4. Know how to handle conflict. The worst fear of most small group leaders is that they will be called upon to quell some raging inferno of.