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WCCAA 2018: Working with Parents - Key to Achievement

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The information in these slides was shared by Bev Schumacker, ECE Consultant for The Source for Learning, during the Annual Conference for the Wisconssin Child Care Administrators Association (WCCAA) in Elkhart Lake, WI on Thursday, February 8, 2018. Explore strong family relationships and the journey to develop them. Consider the importance of family partnerships. Discover obstacles that challenge family partnerships. Embrace a variety of approaches to building stronger family relationships.

The information in these slides was shared by Bev Schumacker, ECE Consultant for The Source for Learning, during the Annual Conference for the Wisconssin Child Care Administrators Association (WCCAA) in Elkhart Lake, WI on Thursday, February 8, 2018. Explore strong family relationships and the journey to develop them. Consider the importance of family partnerships. Discover obstacles that challenge family partnerships. Embrace a variety of approaches to building stronger family relationships.

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  1. 1. Working With Parents – Key to Achievement Bev Schumacher ECE Consultant The Source for Learning, Inc. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives
  2. 2. Today’s objectives Consider Obstacles that challenge Family Partnerships Importance of Family Partnerships Discover Embrace Variety of Approaches to building stronger Family Relationship
  3. 3. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Name obstacles or hurdles that challenge Family Partnerships? Discover
  4. 4. Who are we?
  5. 5. Professional V/s Unprofessional
  6. 6. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives What demonstrates your program’s professional status?
  7. 7. • Delivering what you promise……. • Staff doing professional work • Environment • Correspondence • Organizational skills • Trainings/degrees/qualifications /experience What demonstrates your programs professional status
  8. 8. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives What is the Importance of Family Partnerships? Consider
  9. 9. What is family engagement?
  10. 10. Engaging families is not an event it is a process.
  11. 11. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Variety of approaches to building stronger Family Relationships Embrace
  12. 12. Achievement Communication Partnership Collaboration Third Base First Base Second Base Home Base
  13. 13. Communication The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Communication
  14. 14. What does effective communication look like?
  15. 15. Family Communication Menu Inventory
  16. 16. Partnership The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Partnership
  17. 17. P A R E N T S P A R T N E R S The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Parents or Partners--what is the difference?
  18. 18. PARENTS PARTNERS
  19. 19. You “R” How “R” (are) you building Relationships that are partnerships?
  20. 20. Collaboration The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Collaboration
  21. 21. How you would like to be involved in your child’s education? - Research Project Families reported being involved What practices are effective in engaging parents in supporting learning at home? Research project coordinated by: Bev Schumacher; Data Analysis completed by:
  22. 22. What practices are effective in engaging parents in supporting learning at home? Research project coordinated by: Bev Schumacher; Data Analysis completed by: When asked: “How else would you like to be involved in your child’s education?” Over 1/3of those responding said, any way possible/whatever the teacher recommends.
  23. 23. Summary Findings When resources were provided families: Were more likely to do the activity Spent more time engaged Did the activities more often Involved more members of the family
  24. 24. How does your organization collaborate with families?
  25. 25. How do you define achievement? How do parents define achievement? The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Achievement
  26. 26. How does your program measure achievement?
  27. 27. …parents give far more importance to the emotional well-being of their children over their academic achievement. This emphasis on happiness over academics is not surprising. More than three out of four parents say their child is getting a good education and two-thirds believe their child is above average academically. Indeed, for the second year in a row, nine in 10 parents believe their child is at or above grade level in reading and math. All in all, that is a sobering misperception considering that the National Assessment of Educational Progress (NAEP) shows fewer than two in five students nationally are keeping up with 4th and 8th grade-level goals. SURVEY REPORT AUGUST 2017; Commissioned by Learning Heroes; Parents 2017: Unleashing Their Power & Potential What do parents really want?
  28. 28. SURVEY REPORT AUGUST 2017; Commissioned by Learning Heroes; Parents 2017: Unleashing Their Power & Potential
  29. 29. SURVEY REPORT AUGUST 2017 Parents 2017: Unleashing Their Power & Potential
  30. 30. What do we need from parents? • P Play • A Adjusted • R Read • E Healthy Social/Emotional Skills • N Nurture • T Talk • S Sing
  31. 31. 1 Time 2 Energy 3 Resources Investing in Stronger Relationships with Families We allocate these in the way that we value them. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives
  32. 32. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives Revisiting our earlier slide: Name obstacles or hurdles that challenge Family Partnerships? Discover
  33. 33. How do we take back information from this session to impact our work with families? Action Steps: The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives
  34. 34. Address a postcard to yourself- On the opposite side write goal(s) and measure(s) to reach outcome(s) that would benefit relationships with families. The Source for Learning, Inc. | ECE Initiatives
  35. 35. Questions? Need to connect with us regarding these Early Childhood Education Initiatives? Email: ece-pd@sflinc.org www.sourceforlearning.org/ecei www.sourceforlearning.org/vaecap www.preschoolfirst.com Phone: 866-584-2900

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