Two assistant professors discuss effective strategies for parents and teachers to work together to best support the student.
Kathleen Strickland-Cohen, left, and Kathleen Kyzar are studying behavior in schoolchildren that is persistent but not yet dangerous. Photo by Robert W. Hart
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Kathleen Strickland-Cohen and Kathleen Kyzar from the College of Education talk about the collaborative model they’re developing to build relationships with families and instructors. They also tell host James Creange ’17 about building trust to lead to harder conversations and a mutual dialogue.
Photo by Robert W. Hart
“Zoo” performed by GG Riggs, used under license from Shutterstock.
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