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Parent Engagement: A Vital Link to Success

March 8-9, 2012

Parent Trainings that Boost Learning for Our Community's Kids

PowerPoint

Outline-WV Block Party

Donna Bell, Senior Specialist, National Center for Family Literacy

Jeannine Branch, WVDE Liaison, ARRC

Family and Child Wellness

PowerPoint

Regional School Wellness Specialist

Rebecca King, Coordinator, Office of Healthy Schools

E-Resources for Parent Engagement

PowerPoint

John Ford, Title I Coordinator

Jane Massi, Title I Consultant

 

Parent Further, A Search Institute resource for families - resources in English and Spanish - http://www.parentfurther.com/

The Academic Parent Teacher Team (APTT) Model for Parent Involvement

Joyce Epstein's Six Types of Involvement: Keys to Successful Partnerships

WVDE Parents 21

How Father Friendly Is Your School Environment

Parent Involvement Guidance

10 Truths About Parent Involvement in Schools

Parental Involvement Toolkit

The Essential Guide to Family-School Partnership (Powerpoint)

Parent Involvement - (Powerpoint) Chad Holt / Kenny Moles

Parent Involvement - (Agenda) 8/2/2011

Parent Power - Booklet

Family Engagement - Article

Guide for Parent Teacher Conferences

How Family Friendly is Your School

How to do a Readability Check on a Word Document

The Handbook on Family and Community Engagement is now available, including the webinars and PowerPoints. You can view them here, http://www.families-schools.org/. (Look for the FACE Handbook and the drop down menu).

 

Click here to register for the School Turnaround Learning Community, a project of the US Department of Education.  You may then participate in groups, among which is a group for Engaging Stateholders, to access resources and share information with other educators nationwide.

 

Click here for information on Project Apple Seed, National Parent Involvement Day (annually in November - Thursday of National Education Week), and the Parent Involvement Pledge.  This is also a great resource for information on developing and using a meaningful Compact.