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    Bonding - The Teacher-Student-Parent Connection Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Bonding between teacher, student, and parent creates a winning team that benefits not only the individuals concerned, but also the school itself. Bonding builds upon the basic foundation of connecting, interacting, and sharing. The six ideals of bonding, based...

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    Classroom Treats - Monthly Activities and More Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "Classroom Treats is an administration and monthly activity unit of devotions, poems, classroom management tips, contracts, technology-infused lessons, monthly activities, forms and more." The main collection is over 100 pages! Files also include...

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    Creative Communication for Teachers & Administrators Kindergarten-Grade 12
    With this 2018 NAD convention presentation, "learn how to use a variety of web tools for creative communication to reenergize communication while enticing students, parents, and the school community to open emails and read, listen and watch classroom...

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    Gossip 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at gossip and why people do it and what we can do about it.

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    Homework Kindergarten-Grade 8
    A mother/homemaker reflects on lessons learned about children and parents during her years as a teacher. Currently in what she calls her homework years, she makes connections between being a teacher and a mother.

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    Investing in Our Children's Education 0-2 years-Lifelong
    There are many ways to invest in your child’s education. You can get involved. Help your children plan ahead for projects. Honor effort instead of focusing on end results. Refrain from gossip about teachers, administrators or other students. There are...

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    Learning When and How to Disagree 0-2 years-Lifelong
    There are time in life when we must disagree with others. This article outlines how to do that in an effective way that will not damage relationships. An important skill for any age.

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    Letter of Commitment and Challenge Kindergarten-Grade 12
    A letter of commitment and challenge from a parent and former teacher to the faculty and staff of his children's school.

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    Parent Engagement Resource List Preschool-Grade 12
    The resources on this list will help you involve parents in their child's education.

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    Parent Inspiration - Building Parent-Teacher Partnerships Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This short newsletter provides parents with positive steps they can take to communicate effectively with their child's teacher. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series of undated topical parenting tools...

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    Parent Inspiration - Homework Help, Laying the Foundation Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This newsletter features a parenting article on helping children build independent habits to complete homework. The second page lists resources to dig deeper. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series...

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    Parent Inspiration - Resolving Conflict Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Share tips to reduce parent-teacher conflict from a biblical perspective in this short, parent newsletter. Ready to print or link parents to; available in color and black/white editions. Part of a series of undated topical parenting tools for schools...

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    Parenting Teens - Supporting Our Teens and Their Schools Grade 6-Tertiary
    How can parents support their child's school? Part of a series of articles for parents of students attending Adventist schools, this undated, one-page newsletter is written by a family life therapist and Adventist educator. Ready to print or link parents to;...

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    Parents and Teachers - Working Together to Prevent Adolescent Drug Use Grade 5-Grade 12
    This JAE article examines how parent groups can work cooperatively with school and community leaders to prevent adolescent drug and alcohol use. The National Federation of Parents for Drug Free Youth is the national network organization for these groups.

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    Pet Peeves About Parents - Turning Problems into Partnership Kindergarten-Grade 8
    The author suggests ways to turn parents who are problematic into partners. These include: proactively establish relationships and structure; research, document, and plan parent interactions; pray for empathy and show patience.

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    Roots and Wings 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the differences between Supportive Parents and Helicopter Parents. It looks at why being a supportive parent is beneficial and how helicopter parenting is detrimental.

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    Sample Student Handbook Policies - Pacific Union Conference Preschool-Grade 12
    Reference this document when developing a school handbook for an Adventist school. Sections to include in North America Division schools are included. Some sections can be used verbatim and other sections refer to information from the Pacific...

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    Tackling Your Parent Problems Kindergarten-Grade 12
    How can teachers and parents work together to create a team that will coach, train, and encourage each child to succeed? Teachers should take time to listen, help parents find ways to feel comfortable communicating with them, make 'parent friendly' take-home...

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    The Home-School Partnership: Learning to Share Accountability Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Robert Strom discusses effective ways of developing the partnership between home and school by including parents as partners in the educational process. The partnership between parents and schools should include reasonably divided obligations, acknowledgement...

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    The Missing Link - How to Connect Students, Parents, and Constituents to Your Leadership Style and Teaching Ministry Kindergarten-Grade 12
    In the handout from this 2018 NAD convention breakout session, "discover the missing link behind reaching the hearts of students, parents, and constituents so they will bond with the educator's vision. Recognizing, embedding values, and building self-worth...

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    The Power of an Apology 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article looks at the power that apologies can have on relationships. The author shares several tips and guidelines for making a meaningful apology. This would be an excellent skill to develop at any age.

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    Tips - Seven Recommendations You Can Give Every Parent Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This article provides seven simple but vital suggestions teachers can make to help parents enhance the possibilities of their child's success in school.

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    Tips - Top Ten Ways to Help Your Kids Get A's Kindergarten-Grade 12
    Studies have shown that parental involvement is the number one determinant of how well children do in school. Here are ten ways parents can help their kids succeed in school.

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    When Silence Isn't Golden 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Keeping silent about drugs and other risk factors doesn't help our kids. This article looks at ways to help.

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    Who Me? Cheat? 0-2 years-Lifelong
    This article addresses values and moral, cheating, and the parent's role.

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    Why Adventist Education - Home, School and Church Working Together Preschool-Tertiary
    Why is it that the home, the Adventist school and the local church working together are such a strong combination in developing character and spirituality? This is the 10th one-page article in an 11-part series clarifying the philosophy and practice of Adventist...

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    Why Don't You Understand 0-2 years-Lifelong
    Sometimes conflicts occur because two people have different ways of thinking. It can be helpful to know how you think or approach problems. Identifying how your children, spouse, or colleagues approach problems cna help you avoid or diffuse conflicts. This...

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    Why Won't They Just Leave Me Alone?! Practical Pointers for the Parent-Plagued Presentation Kindergarten-Grade 12
    This 2006 NAD Teachers Convention presentation and handout suggest practical ways for teachers to interact positively with parents. It includes reasons to work with parents, principles for winning with parents, "don'ts", and tricks to keep in mind.

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    Words Fitly Spoken 0-2 years-Lifelong
    It is important to watch what you say in front of children. As the author writes, "they are excellent recorders but poor interpreters". This article addressed the importance of guarding what we say about others (people, their school, church) in our...

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    ​Helping Children with Special Needs During the COVID-19 Pandemic Kindergarten-Grade 12
    "For all students, and specifically students with special learning needs, classroom instruction begins from the opening bell to the closing bell, and it is a joint effort by administrators, teachers, maintenance and office staff, librarians, cafeteria...