This practical book addresses one of the most difficult problems teachers have to face, that of making use of the community and parent volunteers in their classroom. Without a detailed plan of action, these volunteers can be more of a hindrance than a help. This book clearly shows teachers how to identify tasks for volunteers and how to recruit and train them for the rights tasks.
Thinking About Volunteers in a New Way
Recruiting Your Volunteer Staff
Maintaining a Smoothly Running Program
Showing Appreciation for Volunteers
Deciding Where To Go From Here