Hamilton-Wentworth Principals’ Conference                 January, 27, 2012        Sharon Stephanian, Superintendent, Lead...
Agenda   Overview and Context   Research   The Family Path (Ken Leithwood)   Minds On   HWDSB Examples     Parkdale ...
ObjectivesParticipants will: Understand why a focus on parent engagement is  important to student achievement Begin to u...
Overview Strategic Directions    HWDSB will achieve high levels of parent engagement     in our schools Annual Operatin...
The Research Visible Learning, John Hattie LSA Theory of Action, Ken Leithwood The School-Family Connection: Looking at...
The Family Path http://resources.curriculum.org/LSA/may2010secondary.shtml
How To Vote via Texting       1. Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20)TIPS   2. We have no access to your phon...
How To Vote via PollEv.comTIP   Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
Minds On  The “Phone #” for you to  text to:  376-07  The Message is 27----  This will join you to the  Parent Engagement ...
Minds OnPoll: How do you engage parents in your school...
Minds OnPoll: Newsletters are an example of involvemen...
Minds OnPoll: The LIPT works with a group of parents w...
Minds OnPoll: Inviting parents into the school is a hi...
Minds OnPoll: School based activities have the biggest...
Parent Engagement at Parkdale
Parent Engagement at POW
Parent Engagement at SJAM
Effective Parent EngagementAchievement Matters Aligned Activities – School and community resources are aligned and direct...
Tiered Parent Engagement triangle
Unpacking Tier 3 Engagement Parents learning / knowledge of the language of  schooling; Parents participating in  intera...
Conversations about Tier 3                      http://bit.ly/yycVYs Parent Involvement Vs. Parent Engagement How to eng...
Parent Engagement Toolkit       for Principals and Vice-Principals The Parent Engagement Toolkit is the evolution of the ...
Parent Engagement Toolkitfor Principals and Vice-Principals
Toolkit = Portal + Commons
Parent EngagementCollaborative Inquiry Invitation
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  • Sharon – overview, SEF, and video – 10 minutesKnow your students, staff, communitySEF6.1 School council has a meaningful role in supporting learning and achievement for students6.2 Students, parents and community members are engaged and welcomed as respected and valued partners6.3 The school and community build partnerships to enhance learning opportunities for students6.4 Learning opportunities, resources and supports are provided to help parents support student learning and have productive parent-teacher-student conversations.
  • Hattie parental aspirations and expectations for children’s educational achievement has a strong relationship with student achievementSchools need to educate parents in the language of schooling so the home and school can share expectations and the child isn’t living in two different worldsLeithwood50% of the variablity in achievement is found in variables on the family pathConsider those you can impactParadigm shift – not about what parents do in school but what families are doing with children in the home with the help of the school. How do we support parents in the home.Instructional leadership includes working with families to improve the quality of instruction kids get at home and when administrators assist families in developing significant expectations for their child’s work at schoolConsider a strategy to support parents in helping young childen to read using techniques used by teachers in the classroomSchool-Family ConnectionSynthesis of research broken into common themes
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  • Unpacking Tier 3 Parent Engagement

    1. 1. Hamilton-Wentworth Principals’ Conference January, 27, 2012 Sharon Stephanian, Superintendent, Leadership and Learning Aaron Puley, Consultant, Parent and Student EngagementLisa Kiriakopoulos, Interim Manager, Parent Engagement and Early Learning Peter Maliphant, Principal, Parkdale Janet VanDuzen, Principal, Prince of Wales Don Pente, Principal, Sir John A Macdonald
    2. 2. Agenda Overview and Context Research The Family Path (Ken Leithwood) Minds On HWDSB Examples  Parkdale  Prince of Wales  Sir John A Macdonald What is Effective Engagement (at all Tiers) Unpacking Tier 3 Engagement Resources – Parent Engagement Toolkit
    3. 3. ObjectivesParticipants will: Understand why a focus on parent engagement is important to student achievement Begin to understand the components of effective parent engagement Experience HWDSB examples of effective engagement Further understand Tier 3 engagement Engage in adult learning experiences Begin to understand how to use the parent engagement toolkit
    4. 4. Overview Strategic Directions  HWDSB will achieve high levels of parent engagement in our schools Annual Operating Plan  Knowing our parents and community  Tiered approach to engagement  Parent voice SEF Framework  Home, School and Community Partnership (6.1 -6.4)
    5. 5. The Research Visible Learning, John Hattie LSA Theory of Action, Ken Leithwood The School-Family Connection: Looking at the Larger Picture, National Centre for Family and Community Connections with Schools Yes – EFFECTIVE parent engagement makes a difference – improves student achievement
    6. 6. The Family Path http://resources.curriculum.org/LSA/may2010secondary.shtml
    7. 7. How To Vote via Texting 1. Standard texting rates only (worst case US $0.20)TIPS 2. We have no access to your phone number 3. Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
    8. 8. How To Vote via PollEv.comTIP Capitalization doesn’t matter, but spaces and spelling do
    9. 9. Minds On The “Phone #” for you to text to: 376-07 The Message is 27---- This will join you to the Parent Engagement Minds On Session
    10. 10. Minds OnPoll: How do you engage parents in your school...
    11. 11. Minds OnPoll: Newsletters are an example of involvemen...
    12. 12. Minds OnPoll: The LIPT works with a group of parents w...
    13. 13. Minds OnPoll: Inviting parents into the school is a hi...
    14. 14. Minds OnPoll: School based activities have the biggest...
    15. 15. Parent Engagement at Parkdale
    16. 16. Parent Engagement at POW
    17. 17. Parent Engagement at SJAM
    18. 18. Effective Parent EngagementAchievement Matters Aligned Activities – School and community resources are aligned and directed to help families adopt effective strategies to support student learning Home-based Support for Learning - Supporting parents in reaching out to schools, continuing learning at home, parental self-efficacy and holding high expectations for children.Engagement Matters Effective Parent Engagement Structures – A planned approach to supporting a culture of continuous learning at home in the schools, outreach and interaction through diverse methods, aligned activities, home-based supports for learning and creating a welcoming environment.Equity Matters Sense of Welcome - Creating a welcoming environment, characterized by trust, that fosters family-school relationships. Parent/Guardian/Caregiver Roles – Inviting parents to be involved in co- producing student learning and providing them with the tools to support their role
    19. 19. Tiered Parent Engagement triangle
    20. 20. Unpacking Tier 3 Engagement Parents learning / knowledge of the language of schooling; Parents participating in interactive work; Parents holding high expectations and aspirations for their child.
    21. 21. Conversations about Tier 3 http://bit.ly/yycVYs Parent Involvement Vs. Parent Engagement How to engage parents an “Inch Wide & Mile Deep”? What are some strategies for Tier 3 engagement Collaborative Inquiry using Lino – online “stickies”
    22. 22. Parent Engagement Toolkit for Principals and Vice-Principals The Parent Engagement Toolkit is the evolution of the three-ring binder RE: support materials Combination of the Portal, the Commons, and Social bookmarking – multifaceted, dynamic, and timely The toolkit itself provides the framework through which we can all co-create, co-publish, co-produce, and share in a true collaborative and interactive fashion A place to celebrate, share, and reflect upon authentic HWDSB strategies through a common window Connecting Principals to Principals – bridging the gaps of physical and geographical distance – anytime + anywhere
    23. 23. Parent Engagement Toolkitfor Principals and Vice-Principals
    24. 24. Toolkit = Portal + Commons
    25. 25. Parent EngagementCollaborative Inquiry Invitation

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