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Working with LEAs: Defining Family Engagement and Core Beliefs This webinar will focus on the partnership between the Exceptional Children’s Assistance Center (PTI) and the NC Department of Public Instruction; highlighting examples of collaborative strategies that support LEA's / Schools in achieving meaningful Family Engagement.
Presenters: Ginger Starling and Melanie Sharpe, North Carolina DPI
Beverly Roberts, ECAC of North Carolina
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Core Beliefs Handout
NCSIP Family Engagement Quality Indicators
Making Sense and Moving Forward using the
School, Family, and Community Partnerships Model:
Examples from Ohio
Statewide Family Engagement Centers
Presentations from three newly funded Statewide Family Engagement Centers in Minnesota, Massachusetts, and Connecticut. What are they planning to increase family engagement in these states, and how can that inform the SPDG work? Sharman Davis Barrett, Rose Quintero, Marilyn Favreau, Dannielle Hardin, Ann Smith, and John Flanders.
Families as Faculty
Laura Arrington, Family and Youth Education Coordinator, Starbridge
Naomi Sandweiss, Executive Director, Parents Reaching Out
Cristina Santamaría-Graff, Assistant Professor, Special Education at IUPUI, IN*SOURCE Board Member
Joel Boehner, Executive Director, IN*SOURCE
Karen Harrison, TN Support and Training for Exceptional Parents (STEP) shared the STEP FAST Initiative and related documents
Deb Chiodo, IA Parent Training and Information Center (PTI) shared the Goals Together for Partnership (GTP) project
Debra Jennings, Center for Parent Information & Resources shared their survey item bank
Families And Schools Together (FAST) Interest Inventory Template (doc)
Families And Schools Together (FAST) School-Specific Planning Meeting Template (doc)
Families And Schools Together (FAST) - Touch Point with Families (pdf)
Families And Schools Together (FAST) Initiative Intro Email (doc)
Families And Schools Together (FAST) Touch Points with Families Grid (doc)
Survey Item Bank link (https://www.parentcenterhub.org/surveyitembank/)
Many of us are familiar with SEDL’s Dual Capacity Building Framework. This webinar provides concrete examples and tools you can use to implement the framework to encourage schools, districts and communities to support their family engagement strategies. Then take it a step further by learning how to help schools consider what culturally responsive practices need to be included when working with a diverse community.
Carmen Sanchez leads the group in a review of the logic model and the plan for the revised Community of Practice.
Here is an excellent webinar on System's change used in an Early Childhood model: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=732i1-kT74w
Family engagement in PBIS Tier I and II rubrics for PBIS teams developed by Ohio's PBIS Family Engagement Work Group. http://u.osu.edu/familyschoolpartnerships/pbis/
The Aligning and Integrating Family Engagement in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS) document:
School Wide PBIS Tiered Fidelity Inventory: