A Parent's Guide to 21st-Century Learning http://www.edutopia.org/parent-21st-century-learning-resource-guide A Parent's Guide to 21st-Century Learning
Discover the tools and techniques today's teachers and classrooms are using to prepare students for tomorrow -- and how you can get involved.
What should collaboration, creativity, communication, and critical thinking look like in a modern classroom? How can parents help educators accomplish their goals? We hope this guide helps bring more parents into the conversation about improving education.
National Character Education Center : Parents Page http://ethicsusa.org/parent-participation-program-table-of-contents/ National Character Education Center : Parents Page (USA)
All successful school based Ethics Programs not only have parent support but often include direct parental involvement. In some cases it was through parent involvement that a program was initiated. See the links below for resources and ideas to help you get involved
Parenting Tips for Promoting Character | Comprehensive Parental Participation Program | 94 Objectives in the Parent Participation Program | Strengthening Character in your Kids | Your Greatest Response Responsibility | The Five Ps of Raising Responsible Children | Seven Habits of Effective Parenting | Fifteen Principles of Positive Parenting | Ten Rules for Discipline | Fifteen principles of Positive Parenting | Five Steps to Disciplining Your Kids |
Parents Information Network (PIN) .. UK http://www.pin.org.uk/ Parents Information Network (PIN) .. UK
Parents Information Network (PIN) is an independent service established in 1994 providing a wide range of guidance on computers and education for parents with children of toddler age through to 18.
| software and website evaluation | computers and young children | parental guidance | staying safe on the internet | homework | learning at home |
Facts for Families https://www.aacap.org/ Facts for Families
Abuse (physical) Abuse (sexual) | ADHD | Adoption | Adolescent Development | Advocacy | AIDS | Alcohol | Anxiety | Asperger's | Attention Deficit and Hyperactivity | Autism | Bedwetting | Bipolar Disorder | Bowel Control | Bullying | Chronic Physical Illness | Conduct Disorders | Continuum of Care | Daycare | Depression | Disaster | Discipline | Divorce | Driving | Drug Abuse | Eating Disorders | Enuresis | Fighting and Biting | Firearms | Fostercare | Gay And Lesbian Teens | Grandparenting | Grief | Guns |
Hospital Treatment | Internet and Children | Latchkey Children | Lead Poisoning |
Learning Disabilities | Lying | Manic Depression | Medications | Mental Illness (talking about) | Mental Retardation |
Moving | Multiracial Children | Music/Music Videos | News Programs | Normal Adolescent Development | Normality | Obesity | Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder | Online Children | Oppositional Defiant Disorder |
Panic Disorder | Parenting | Parents (alcoholic) | Parents (mentally ill) | Pets | Posttraumatic Stress Disorder | Pregnancy (teen) | Psychiatric Evaluation | Psychiatrist, Child and Adolescent |
Psychotherapy | PTSD | Referrals | Schizophrenia | School Services | School Refusal | Seeking Help | Self-Injury |
Separation Anxiety | Sex (talking about) |
Sexual Abuse | Sleep Problems | Soiling |
Sports | Starting School | Stealing | Step Families | Stress | Substance Abuse Treatment | Suicide | Television | Threats | Tics | Tobacco | Tourette's | Violent Behavior | Violence on Television |
Learning Network (FunBrain) http://www.funbrain.com/parents/index.html Parent Quizzes | What's on your Child's Mind? | Parent-Kid Challenges | Find the perfect game for your child to play | News and trends that affect your family | Tips and resources to help you in your parenting | Learn how to manage your money | Ideas from Parents | Help with homework and school |
ParentLine Plus http://familylives.org.uk Offers help and information to over 85,000 parents and families each year. Works to ensure that families have access to good quality support and information. Develops innovative projects working with children and adults to see how we can best support them when they experience changes to their families such as divorce and separation.
Family Education E Network http://www.familyeducation.com/home/ Our parent community dedicated to children's learning is an award-winning site that connects parents with information, with experts, and with each other to create a supportive and engaging community.