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knowledgeable of the families you will be serving locally and resources you might like to explore

Often school attempts to connect with families fail. One reason is that schools assume the role of educators and expect families to go out of their way to learn how they can help modify family patterns to best suit the school environment. However, a more effective way to connect to families is for teachers to go out into the communities they serve and learn more about those communities.

Based on this idea, describe two-to-three specific ways you can become more educated and knowledgeable of the families you will be serving locally and identify resources you might like to explore. Then, explain what you believe the role family and community should play in helping teachers deliver culturally relevant anti-bias curriculum. Is it that of learner, educator or both?

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Based on this idea, describe two-to-three specific ways you can become more educated and knowledgeable of the families you will be serving locally and identify resources you might like to explore
1. Take time to get to know the student's families
a. What are some ways the teacher can do this?
i. During Parent-teacher conferences
ii. Open Houses
iii. Checking in with parents for a progress ...

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An outline is presented to describe two-to-three specific ways you can become more educated and knowledgeable of the families you will be serving locally and resources you might like to explore.

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