Family Engagement Findings
March 19, 2019
Free Educator Webinar Series
Last month I shared with you these free educator webinar series on Building Stronger School-Family Partnerships.
If you are looking for some Family Engagement professional development that you can do on your own time, that is FREE and will give you some tools to engage your families with, I highly encourage you to take the time to check these out!
There are 3 webinars in the series and the first 2 have already been completed. HOWEVER, the recordings are available.
I participated in the 1st one, missed the 2nd one due to Spring Break, but did watch it at a later time. I am working on completing the assignments so I can receive my credit hours and certificate.
Click on SMORE link below to review the details!
The PARENT Webinar Series kicks off in April!
Two parent webinars will be offered in this same series focusing on the Right Question Technique and the Support, Monitor & Advocate Model. These webinars will teach your families a skill that will empower them to ask the right questions and how to build a stronger partnership with their child's school!
Why don't you consider hosting the webinar on your campus? This is a great opportunity to engage with your families while they learn a new skill!
Click on the SMORE link below for a newsletter all about the Parent Webinar Series.
Questions? Let me Know!
Academic Parent Teacher Teams
Academic Parent Teacher Teams (APTT) is a research and evidence-based family engagement framework and best practice that aligns grade level learning skills, student performance data, and family-teacher communication and collaboration in order to inform and enrich the way families support learning at home.
This session will teach the components to develop successful academic parent teacher teams that can build the capacity of families to effectively engage in supporting their child’s grade level learning goals.
Date: April 4, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM--12:00 PM
Session ID#: 50804
Title III Increasing and Strengthening Parental Outreach
This session details the responsibilities local educational agencies (LEAs) have to provide parental outreach training and activities to English learners (ELs), immigrant students, and their families. More specifically, how the Title III, Part A-funded LEAS are required to provide supplemental community participation programs, services, and training. It is important that LEAs offer a variety of activities that are designated to support academic achievement. Participants will receive a Guiding and Planning Companion tool.
Furthermore, participants will also receive training on Family Engagement and Community Engagement Resource Tools. The resource tools provide planning documents and specific examples of activities LEAs and ESCs may implement to support family engagement and community engagement using their Title III, Part A funds.
Date: April 11, 2019
Time: 8:30 a.m.--3:30 p.m.
Title I: School-Parent Compact and Parent Involvement Policy Workday
By popular demand - this will be a work session toward your parent involvement policy and school parent compacts. Come and go as you would like. Bring copies of your current parent involvement policy and school parent compact so we can look at ways to make them more engaging with families and linked to student learning.
Please note: You do not need to have attended the November Parental Involvement & School-Parent Compact training to participate in this workday.
Date: April 23, 2019
Time: 9:00 AM--12:00 PM
Click the image above to read the March edition of the Parent Coordination Shout Out! This is an informative newsletter to learn about statewide resources for families that have children with disabilities. It is also a great resource to share with the families you serve!
The Parent Coordination Network is committed to ensuring that parents of students with disabilities receive accurate and timely information to assist in making informed choices in their children's education.