Including Adoption in Everyday Teaching Situations
A teacher may or may not know if there are adopted children in his class. It is wise to assume that there are, and to realize that all children benefit from adoption awareness. A parent may or may not know that the teacher is knowledgeable about adoption. It is wise to assume that she is not, but... Adoption and Adoptive Families: A Bibliography
National Organizations Offering Information and Support to Adoptive Families and Prospective Adopters Adoption Council of Canada, P.O. Box 8442, Station T, Ottawa, Ontario K1G 3H8. Phone 613-235-1566. This network collects and disseminates information about adoption throughout Canada,... Adoption Related Newsletters, Magazines and Journals
Adoption Related Newsletters and Magazines/Journals (5/02) Some of the links on this page will open new windows to external Web sites. To return to NAIC's Web site, close the new window. NEWSLETTERS AACAP News American Academy of Child and Adolescent Psychiatry 3615 Wisconsin Ave NW Washington,... Adoption Awareness for Teachers - building classroom sensitivity to adoption
Building sensitivity in the classroom As the number of adopted children in classrooms continues to rise each year, early childhood programs must begin to educate teachers about adoption issues. Adoption awareness will help teachers support young children who are trying to understand, and adjust...