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Trauma-responsive family engagement in early childhood, practices for equity and resilience, Julie Nicholson and Julie Kurtz, with Laura Rivas, Tasha Henneman, Eric Peterson, Shawn Bryant, and Betty Lin

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Summary
Designed for all professionals working with parents and families of young children, this practical guide offers comprehensive resources for building trauma-responsive family engagement in your school or program. Throughout this book, you'll find: Evidence-based practices that promote trauma-response family engagement. Exercises and tools for identifying the strengths and learning edges within your program, school, or agency. Vignettes from people and programs striving to create trusting, asset-focused partnerships with families that improve equity and promote culturally responsive practices. Reflective inquiry questions and sample conversations to help you examine your own practices. With concrete examples and easy-to-implement strategies, this critical book helps readers put theory into practice while providing essential support for individuals and groups both new to and experienced with trauma-responsive practices in early childhood
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Copyright
Physical Description
1 online resource (267 pages)
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780100043398

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