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2 shows a parent-generated list of activities that became the curriculum. We gave such lists to families of the kindergarten children. Parents created similar ones throughout the school year to inform families of our work together. 2 Example of Parent-Generated Activities That Became the Curriculum These projects were discussed, researched, planned, or completely carried out by families. Used the clock and calendar. Completed daily schedule in class. Posted cleanliness signs in bathrooms. Made ID cards for children.
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When I spoke with parents, though, they expressed an interest in becoming more involved with their children’s education, including participating in some of the decision making that would directly affect their children’s teaching and learning. I wanted to develop a genuine collaboration between home and school to bring families closer to the actual teaching and learning in their children’s lives. qxd 3/6/06 9:24 AM Page 42 DESIGNING PERSONALIZED LEARNING FOR EVERY STUDENT about families’ priorities for learning.