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Sylvia Reichel

Biography:

Sylvia ReichelSylvia Reichel earned a bachelor's degree in elementary education from Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana, and began her career as an elementary teacher. After earning a master's degree at Indiana State University, she spent over twenty years working with preschool children, devoting much of this time to teaching in parent cooperative preschools, where parents worked as teaching assistants in the classroom and where parent education was an integral part of the program. In addition, she has taught early childhood education classes at the college level. Sylvia was actively involved in the Indianapolis Council of Preschool Cooperatives Teachers study group. She served as president for four terms, and as editor of the group's newsletter for four years. She was also publications chair and state fall conference chair for the Indiana Association for the Education of Young Children (IAEYC), and she was employed as IAEYC executive secretary for fourteen years. She has published stories and articles in several periodicals, including Highlights for Children and the Indianapolis Star. Now retired, Sylvia is married to a retired high-school teacher; they are the parents of two sons and the grandparents of three grandchildren. Publications: The Parent Newsletter: A Complete Guide for Early Childhood Professionals (Redleaf Press, 2006)

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  • The Parent Newsletter: A Complete Guide for Early Childhood Professionals

    Author: Sylvia Reichel
    Product Code: 536501
    ISBN: 978-192961080-8

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    Read the Table of Contents or a sample chapter of this book!

    Use this tool to communicate more effectively and strengthen your parent-provider relationship.

    As a provider, you know that communicating with every parent, every day can be difficult. You also know that improving this communication is an important way to improve the care you give children. The parent newsletter can be a great tool to keep parents more informed and involved.

    Written by a trusted educator with years of experience, The Parent Newsletter is a practical how-to guide that will steer you step-by-step through the process of creating and implementing a newsletter to parents. From advice on writing effective articles to design and layout suggestions to scheduling and distribution, this unique resource is designed for you. All you need are a few hours and a simple word-processing program.

    Use your parent newsletter to:

    • disseminate timely information that will be saved and referenced later
    • offer in-depth information on pertinent early childhood topics
    • clearly communicate changes in policies
    • address recurring difficult situations without singling anyone out
    • respond to parent questions and encourage dialogue and involvement
    • give your program a higher profile in the community and market your business
    • reinforce your center philosophy.

    Softbound, 108 pgs.

     
    Softbound
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