Discuss with a teacher a situation in which he helped a family overcome initial reluctance to be involved and one or more family members ended up growing from the participation.

Liberation teaching and relations with parents.

a. Discuss with a teacher a situation in which he helped a family overcome initial reluctance to be involved and one or more family members ended up growing from the participation. Ask the teacher to reflect about the likely effect of the experience for the family, the child, and the teacher. Compare your findings with ideas from the chapter.

b. Interview a family member whom you believe to be participating successfully in a classroom or program. Ask what the family member believes that she is gaining personally from the experience. Ask in what ways, if any, the experience has changed the family member’s view of her own personal development, education, or career aspirations. Compare your findings with ideas from the chapter.

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