After the Bell: Parents as teachers—how teachers can help parents promote science literacyby: Kathleen Schlichting

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This article contains three simple, highly effective strategies that can be shared with parents to encourage students' more active learning, thinking, and processing of information.

Grades
  • Middle
Publication Date
9/1/2002

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  • on Fri Sep 30, 2011 10:01 AM

This article helps teachers guide parents to use trade books to promote scientific literacy at home. This article introduces two techniques that a parent can use to accomplish this goal. The first is called ‘sketch-to-sketch’ and is explained in this article. The second approach is called ‘thinking-aloud’ and this also is explained in this article. This article might be something a teacher can handout to parents during a parent conference.

Adah  (San Antonio, TX)
Adah (San Antonio, TX)


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