Recognizing, understanding, and honoring the diverse settings and experiences of families, neighborhoods, and communities are important as administrators and school staff seek to educate students and engage families and community partners in TK programs. This video segment begins with ways to inform families and community partners about the purpose and intent of the TK program. Methods for engaging families and community partners are then reviewed, including ideas for extending the classroom learning into the home, empowering parents as members of an educational team, encouraging parent participation, and inviting community members to the school to share their experiences.
Tagged under: California,Transitional Kindergarten,California Department Of Education,Kindergarten
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