Billie Enz, Ph.D.
Division of Curriculum and Instruction
College of Education
Arizona State University
Tempe, Az. 85287
From: Family, School, Community Partnerships SIG
[mailto:[log in to unmask]] On Behalf Of Michael, Diana
Sent: Thursday, April 15, 2004 10:03 PM
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Subject: Possible topics for forthcoming monographs
<<Potential Topics for 2006.doc>>
At the FSCP SIG Business meeting at AERA, this survey was
distributed. We wanted everyone in the SIG to have an opportunity to
offer his/her opinion. If you have not completed this survey, PLEASE,
please do so and return to me by April 30. I shall tabulate and submit
the results on this Listserve for further discussion.
Thanks so much!
Potential Topics for 2006 FSCP Monograph
The titles of our first 3 (2004 AERA award-winning) published monographs
and the monograph in progress are listed at the bottom of the page. We
are seeking to determine interest and use for a sixth monograph to be
published in 2006.
Please rank the following suggested topics according to the importance
and use to your college classes or work. Use 1 for your first choice and
continue numerically until you exhaust the topics you feel are needed
_____ Promising practices for family/school/community involvement
diverse cultures (e.g. native American, Hispanic, and so forth)
_____ Promising practices for family/school/community involvement with
children and youth
_____ Promising practices for family/school involvement related to
_____ Promising practices for family/school involvement in early
_____ Promising practices for family members to connect with schools
grandparents, siblings, and so forth)
_____ Other, please specify
Please indicate if you are willing to contribute a chapter. I need name,
e-mail address, and telephone numbers.
Promising Practices for Family Involvement in Schools (November, 2001)
Promising Practices to Connect Schools with the Community (January 2003)
Promising Practices Connecting Schools to Families with Special Needs
Children (January 2004)
In progress for 2005 Promising Practices for Family Involvement Across