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Learning to Work Together: An Educator's Guide to Communicating with Parents and Colleagues
Learning to Work Together: An Educator's Guide to Communicating with Parents and Colleagues
 
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Edited by Amy M. Dujon. M.Ed.

This training guide helps educators of all levels develop the social-emotional competencies needed to foster productive collaboration and open communication. From delivering bad news with grace, to encouraging openness from reluctant parents, educators learn situation-specific strategies plus helpful pointers for when conflicts arise.

Staff discover how to establish meaningful two-way communication with colleagues and parents -- ultimately leading to increased parent engagement and a positive school-family partnership -- with dozens of tips to:

  • Build social-emotional competencies of self-awareness, self-management and social awareness
  • Leverage relationships to reach desired outcomes
  • Encourage openness from reluctant parents
  • Facilitate problem solving by asking the right questions
  • Be accommodating, but not a pushover, during conflict
  • And more

(2019. Softcover. 86 pp. Product Code: 300221.COMM. S/H: $5.50)


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