References and further readings

  1. Djurisic M and Bunijevac M. Parental Involvement as a Important Factor for Successful Education. CEPS Journal 2017; 7(3): 137-153.
  2. Pardini D. Novel insights into longstanding theories of bidirectional parent-child influences: Introduction to the special section. Journal of Abnormal Child Psychology. 2008; 36:627–631.
  3. SAMHSA. What Educators Can Do to Help Prevent Underage Drinking and Other Drug Use. www.nderagedrinking.samhsa.gov
  4. NCADD. A Parent’s Role in Substance Use Prevention. http://www.ag.ndsu.edu/extension
  5. Gelfer JI. Teacher-Parent Partnerships: Enhancing Communications. Childhood Education 1991; 67(3): 164–167.
  6. Leenders H, de Jong J, Monfrance M, and Haelermans, C. Building strong parent–teacher relationships in primary education: the challenge of two-way communication. Cambridge Journal of Education2019, 49(4); 519–533.
  7. Graham-Clay S. Communicating with Parents: Strategies for Teachers. School Community Journal, 2005; 15 (1995): 117. http://ubc.summon.serialssolutions.com/link/0/eLvHCXMwY2BQsEhMMzZNSkk1SE0xSAE2y C0tDCySUy3MTJJMU5LNU5JQ1uUgleZuogxybq4hzh66sFIxPiUnJx5U5QKTIqjxIsbAmwha-J1XAt4glgIAojUb_g
  8. Sanders M and Epstein J (2000). The National Network of Partnership Schools: How
    Research Influences Educational Practice. Journal of Education for Students Placed At Risk 2000; 5(1&2): 61-76.
  9. Hill N. and Taylor L. Parental School Involvement and Children`s Academic Achievement. American Psychological Society 2004; 13 (4):161-164.
  10. Palts K, Harro-Loit H. The role of innovation policy in the national innovation system: The case of Estonia. Trames. J Humanit Soc Sci 2015; 19(3):249–72.
  11. Flynn G. Increasing parental involvement in our schools: the need to overcome obstacles, promote critical behaviours and provide teachers training. Journal of College Teaching and Learning (TLC) 2007; 4(2):23-30
  12. Kuusimäki AM, Uusitalo-Malmivaara L, Tirri K. The Role of Digital School-Home Communication in Teacher Well-Being. Frontiers in Psychology 2019; 10: 2257
  13. Juniu S. Computer mediated parent-teacher communication. Rev. Elec. Actual. Invest. Educ. 2009; 9: 1–19.
  14. 10 tips for conveying bad news in a parent-teacher conference. https://thecornerstoneforteachers.com/truth-for-teachers-podcast/10-tips-conveying-bad-news-parent-teacher-conference/
  15. Gunduz S, Sahin S. Internet usage and parents’ views about internet. Int J Hum Sci 2011; 8:26–8.
  16. Pericak MT. “Zero tolerance” for student smokers. Tobacco Control 1998;7:441-442.
  17. Heinze C, Hjort AV, Elsborg P. et al. Smoke-free-school-hours at vocational education and training schools in Denmark: attitudes among managers and teaching staff – a national cross-sectional study. BMC Public Health 2019; 19; 813
  18. How to Be Amazingly Good at Asking Questions. www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/how-amazingly-good-asking-questions.html