|Maryln Appelbaum||Freelance translator, editor and writer|
|© 2009||136 pages||7" x 10"|
A Joint Publication With the Appelbaum Training Institute
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“One of the major strengths of this book is the warm and personal tone used to make important information accessible. The anecdotes and examples bring the ideas to life and make them easy to understand. The overall organization is clear and logical, with a sharp focus on the idea that parents and teachers are partners.”
Maryann Marrapodi, Chief Learning Officer
Teachscape, New York City, NY
"Not all parents are 'hard to handle,' but the author does an effective job of providing some crucial skills for working with parents in a classroom setting. She does a very effective job in providing examples and stories that help teachers relate."
Raynice Jean-Sigur, Professor of Early Childhood Education
Kennesaw State University
“This book definitely addresses answers for educators who want to commit to reaching their students’ families in different ways.”
Renee Ponce-Nealon, Kindergarten Teacher
McDowell Elementary School, Petaluma, CA
“In my experience as a school administrator and teacher, I have learned that parents are our most valuable asset. This book provides tremendous lessons to help school personnel maximize this priceless asset and thus positively impact the lives of students and families. Thank you, Maryln, for a wealth of ideas and strategies for all parents and teachers across the nation!”
Lindsey Pollock, Principal
Houston Independent School District, TX
"A valuable resource for teachers, with user-friendly checklists, forms, and suggestions for improving active home-school participation. It provides useful advice for fostering healthy communication across all settings."
Lauren Levin, social worker
NSSED, Highland Park, IL
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“As a school administrator and teacher, I have learned that parents are our most valuable asset. This book provides tremendous lessons to help school personnel maximize this priceless resource and positively impact the lives of students and families. Thank you, Marlyn, for a wealth of ideas and strategies for parents and teachers across the nation!”
—Lindsey Pollock, Principal
Houston Independent School District, TX
Discover strategies for positive partnering with all parents—even the difficult ones!
This must-have resource helps educators work effectively with all parents, even the most difficult ones, and prevent problems before they happen. Maryln Appelbaum offers targeted strategies, solutions, and skills to establish positive and harmonious relationships with all parents, overcome adversity, enhance the home-school connection, and boost student performance.
How to Handle Hard-to-Handle Parents helps develop specific skills for communicating with all parents, including parents who are difficult, angry, overprotective, or overbearing. Packed with sample forms, letters, scenarios, and vignettes, plus techniques for involving families whose first language is not English, this guide helps educators:
Indispensable for teachers, school leaders, counselors, and all educators, this will become a much-referenced resource for building cooperative parent-teacher relationships that positively impact students’ academic success.
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