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Advocacy for Students, Families & Education - Chapter Summary
This chapter teaches the subject of advocacy for students, families and education. Lessons will help you as an advocate but will also present information on how to help your students be able to stand up for themselves in this regards their own education. Lesson topics include:
- Student treatment that is fair and equitable
- Reading education advocacy
- Techniques to help show students how to advocate for themselves
We have kept the lessons short, engaging and focused on a specific topic. If you have questions, we included a feature that allows you to submit them directly to a Study.com expert.
1. The Importance of Advocating for Children & Families
In the bureaucratized education system we work in today, it is often possible for students' needs to be ignored. In this lesson, we discuss the importance of advocating for students and their families.
2. Fair & Equitable Treatment of Students
This lesson provides you with a definition of what constitutes fair and equitable treatment of students. It also clarifies the difference between fair and equitable through examples and the relevant legal citations.
3. Advocating for Reading Education
Reading education is one of the most important things we can offer our students. Learn how to advocate for your students' literacy learning in different arenas.
4. Teaching Self-Advocacy to Students: Definition & Skills
Teaching students to advocate for themselves and their needs as learners is one of the most beneficial things you can do for them. This lesson helps you understand what self-advocacy is and how you can teach it to students.
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