Reaching out to parents and guardians early with positive messages goes a long way toward creating successful partnerships with families.
Students are more successful when their family members are positively engaged with the educational environment. Community partnerships also lead to greater school success for the student population. Educators who use goal-focused family and community engagement strategies are more likely to cultivate a positive school community that will lead to academic success.
Being Healthy and Ready to Learn is Linked with Family and Neighborhood Characteristics for Preschoolers
Because families are the first nurturers and educators of their children, it is helpful for policymakers and other stakeholders to understand how family characteristics, the activities in which families engage,
As families, educators, and community leaders wrestle with COVID-19, we’ll be trying to bring conversations to readers that will be helpful in confronting the challenge.
Teacher Lindsay Kuhl shares a visual illustration of the points made in Larry Ferlazzo’s video, “7 Tips for Parents Supporting Remote Learning.”
Schools across the country are turning to videoconference platforms like Zoom, Microsoft Teams, and Google Hangout to keep teachers connected to students and school employees connected to each other. But
Larry Ferlazzo offers tips for family partners during this national pandemic.
Understanding the “why” behind teaching practices can help parents create meaningful and effective at-home learning opportunities during the pandemic.
Activities that incorporate speaking and listening, reading and writing, math, music, science, art, and drama—and are parent-friendly.
Klein, A. (2022, June 27). Want to Accelerate Students’ Learning? Don’t Forget About Wraparound Services. Education Week. Retrieved June 29, 2022.
Communities must consider the wraparound services — mental health counseling, food banks, etc., may be needed in order to promote accelerated learning in students.