Issue 4/2018, 110. Volume Page 326–340
Orientations of Teachers Dealing with “Hard-to-Reach” Parents
The paper follows the goal of reconstructing central orientations of teachers in dealing with “hard-to-reach parents.” The focus is on the perception of origin and context-specific differences in the parent body. From the combination of limited perception of differences as well as immutable and decidedly perceived “hard-to-reach parents,” only a restricted range of action arises for teachers.
hard-to-reach parents, parent-teacher collaboration, perception, recognition, doing difference