Ch 15: Collaborations Outside of School

About This Chapter

The engaging video lessons in this chapter can help you learn more about making collaborations outside of school as your prepare for literacy instruction. You can also take self-assessment quizzes to gauge how well you understand the materials.

Collaborations Outside of School - Chapter Summary and Learning Objectives

As a literary instructor, making collaborations outside of school contributes to your ability to successfully educate your students. In this chapter, we take a closer look at this action, examining the steps you can take to connect with a variety of individuals. You can explore the ways that families contribute to literacy in the home and also examine how communities can get more involved with the schools in their neighborhoods. The video lessons in this chapter make it simple to comprehend the materials by offering detailed instruction and transcripts for review. You can also take self-assessment quizzes to gauge how well you understand the materials. In these lessons, you'll be able to learn things like:

  • How families can foster literacy in the home
  • The ways parents can participate in school literacy programs
  • Tips for promoting community involvement in schools

LessonObjective
How Families Foster Literacy at Home Learn about the ways families can foster literacy in the home environment.
How Parents Participate in School Literacy Programs Examine the impact of parent participation in school literacy programs.
Promoting Community Involvement in Schools Identify the ways you can promote community involvement in the schools.

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