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Doe family engagement conferenence

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our presentation for the Feb 16 conference …

our presentation for the Feb 16 conference

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  • 1. WELCOME
    • Promoting Family Engagement and
    • School Readiness from Prenatal to Age 8
    • Diane Bellem, VP Georgia Training Institute
    • Maria Russell, Infant / Toddler Specialist
    • Crystal Banks, Child and Family Specialist
    • www.shelteringarmsforkids.com
    • 404/523-2767
  • 2. PARENT, FAMILY, AND COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT FRAMEWORK ENGAGING FAMILIES— PRENATAL TO AGE 8
    • BUILDING RELATIONSHIPS WITH FAMILIES THAT SUPPORT FAMILY WELL-BEING, STRONG RELATIONSHIPS BETWEEN PARENTS AND THEIR CHILDREN, AND ONGOING LEARNING AND DEVELOPMENT FOR BOTH PARENTS AND CHILDREN
    • ROAD MAP FOR PROGRESS IN ACHIEVING THE KINDS OF OUTCOMES THAT LEAD TO POSITIVE AND ENDURING CHANGE FOR CHILDREN AND FAMILIES.
    • The PFCE Framework was developed in partnership with programs, families, experts, and the National Center on Parent, Family, and Community Engagement. It is a research-based approach to program change that shows how an agency can work together as a whole—across systems and service areas— to promote parent and family engagement and children’s learning and development.
  • 3. PROGRAM FOUNDATIONS
    • Positive & Goal-Oriented Relationships
    • Program Leadership
    • Continuous Program Improvement
    • Professional Development
  • 4. PROGRAM IMPACT AREAS
    • Positive & Goal-Oriented Relationships
    • Program Environment
    • Family Partnerships
    • Teaching and Learning
    • Community Partnerships
  • 5. FAMILY ENGAGEMENT OUTCOMES
    • Positive & Goal-Oriented Relationships
    • Family Well-being
    • Positive Parent-Child Relationships
    • Families as Lifelong Educators
    • Families as Learners
    • Family Engagement in Transitions
    • Family Connections to Peers and Community
    • Families as Advocates and Leaders
  • 6. Child Outcomes
    • Positive & Goal-Oriented Relationships
    • Children are ready for school and sustain development and learning gains through third grade
  • 7. Strengthening Families SEVEN PROGRAM STRATEGIES STRATEGY 1 Facilitate Friendships and Mutual Support STRATEGY 2 Strengthen Parenting STRATEGY 3 Respond to Family Crises STRATEGY 4 Link Families to Services and Opportunities
  • 8. Secretary Arne Duncan
    • “ My vision for family engagement is ambitious . . . I want to have too many parents demanding excellence in their schools. I want all parents to be real partners in education with their children’s teachers, from cradle to career. In this partnership, students and parents should feel connected—and teachers should feel supported . . . When parents demand change and better options for their children, they become the real accountability backstop for the educational system.” (May 3, 2010)

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