Browsing by Subject "school-community relationships"

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  • Effective Student Organization 

    Not available (Wikibooks, 2014-03)
    This text explores aspects of effective student organizations. Its primary focus is on clubs and organizations that exist on university campuses, are student focused, student operated and face particular organizational ...

  • Implementing Inclusive Education Partnering with Parents 

    Fourie, J. (Jean) (BRIDGE, 2014-03)
    Jean Fourie from the University of Johannesburg looks at strategies in developing effective family-school partnerships. Presentation was given at a Teachers Upfront Seminar held in March 2014.

  • Leading Partnerships: Engaging with Parents and the Wider School Community 

    Wise, C. (Christine); Stutchbury, K. (Kris); Cooke, C. (Carolyn) (TESS India, 2016)
    The school is a key contributor to the progress of a community and the school leader must not only know the community it serves, but also be aware of its needs, hopes and expectations. As a school leader you do not need ...

  • School Functionality Resource Pack 

    Not available (BRIDGE, 2015-09)
    What is school functionality and how do we determine levels of functionality? This BRIDGE Resource points you to:  Some Useful Resources: here we extract key points from selected texts or tools and give links to the ...

  • School Governors: Building relationships 

    Not available (The Open University (OUUK), 2011)
    School governors need the skills to develop working relationships with the school community. This unit will help you to understand what each stakeholder within the community needs, from headteacher to pupils and parents. ...

  • Transforming Teaching-Learning Process: Developing an Effective Learning Culture in your School 

    Wise, C. (Christine); Stutchbury, K. (Kris); Cooke, C. (Carolyn) (TESS India, 2016)
    This unit will introduce you to the dimensions and factors that impact on the culture of a school. School culture arises from agreed collective values, assumptions and beliefs. These in turn determine the relationships ...