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Engaging 'hard to Reach' Parents: Teacher-parent Collaboration to Promote Children's Learning Hardcover – 22 Jan 2010

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I teach and conduct research at the University of Bristol, and I am fascinated in collaboration between teachers and parents to help children and young people learn. This can be really challenging, and some parents have been viewed as 'hard to reach'. This isn't a constructive way to categorise people, and I am much more interested in practical strategies that work. Whether you are a teacher, an education professional or a student, I hope you find the examples and ideas in my books thought-provoking and useful.

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