Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home School Connections

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Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home School Connections
Author : Fox, Kathy R.
File Size : 43,9 Mb
Publisher : IGI Global
Language : English
Release Date : 24 June 2022
ISBN : 9781668445709
Pages : 379 pages
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Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home School Connections by Fox, Kathy R. Book PDF Summary

Research has shown that families and schools that partner together improve literacy outcomes for their students. Family literacy includes homework and shared book reading but goes beyond these school-to-home activities to encompass family-generated practices. These literacies include family connections around activities such as cooking, play, religion, social, and community groups. Further study on the importance of the partnership between the home and school is required to implement best practices and provide students with the best possible education. The Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home-School Connections seeks to understand the connections made and new information learned during the COVID-19 pandemic surrounding family literacy and shares updated practices and new perspectives on what it means to partner with families and embrace diverse family literacies in this new world. The book also provides teachersÂ’ perspectives on how future relationships between the school and home can be shaped through both narrative and research-based chapters. Covering key topics such as parenting, homework, and social distancing, this major reference work is ideal for administrators, school faculty, academicians, scholars, practitioners, instructors, and students.

Handbook of Research on Family Literacy Practices and Home School Connections

Research has shown that families and schools that partner together improve literacy outcomes for their students. Family literacy includes homework and shared book reading but goes beyond these school-to-home activities to encompass family-generated practices. These literacies include family connections around activities such as cooking, play, religion, social, and community groups.

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