How often have we said: “The parents are not involved—they are just not interested”. My two-year action research study evaluated a variety of methods which led to more immigrant parent participation in family workshops. The study took place in a Chicago public school, in a first grade bilingual classroom. All of the families are Spanish speaking. I concluded that teachers need to first consider the experiences of their students’ families and only then design ways to ask parents to be involved.
Recommended CitationRogasner, Marjorie. (2010). How to Make Parent Workshops Effective for Immigrant Families. i.e.: inquiry in education: Vol. 1: Iss. 1, Article 8.
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