This edition includes the earlier book's classic content on the rationale, assumptions, history, and evolution of group parent education, as well as the conceptual frameworks for understanding group dynamics and the role of the group leader. It builds on this foundation with new resources and service delivery models. It introduces a continuum of parent education services in a conceptual framework from prevention to intervention, and focuses on relationship-building between the parent educator and parents. It also examines common issues and challenges in the parent educator role.
Designed to serve as a core textbook for parent and family life education classes, Parent Education incorporates new activities related to the content, along with video examples and discussion prompts. It is ideal for upper division and graduate level courses in parent education, social work, nursing, mental health, and early childhood education.
Cognella Active Learning is available for this title! Adopting instructors can provide students with dynamic online learning activities that reinforce key concepts from the text, provide engaging educational experiences, support various learning styles, and make coursework fun. Please note: students must purchase the Cognella Active Learning component to access the course activities online.
Cognella Active Learning activities for this title include:
- 20 original videos featuring parents and parent educators discussing topics in parent education, with reflection questions included for each video
- Group assignments and projects designed to reinforce key concepts within the text.
- A student-facing PowerPoint covering text themes for each chapter.
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Heather Cline, Lecturer/Coordinator in the Department of Family Social Science at University of Minnesota