Partnering with Families: Strategies for Successful Communication
Research shows that children benefit when early learning educators build collaborative partnerships with families. But building true collaborative partnerships is not always as simple as it sounds. Our course, Partnering with Families: Strategies for Successful Communication can help!
Intended for educators working with
Enroll in Partnering with Families to:
Discover effective strategies for overcoming common barriers and improving communication with families.
Explore the benefits of family engagement.
Get practical ideas for incorporating a family's home culture into the classroom.
Gain valuable insights on how to prepare for meetings with families.
Learn to productively address topics that may be difficult, such as developmental delays and challenging behaviors.
Plus, you'll receive a variety of bonus handouts, forms, and templates to use in your work.
Don't miss this opportunity to enhance your skills and create meaningful connections with families!
This course is a mix of:
On-demand lessons with visuals including text, images, and videos
Recorded audio narration with optional closed captioning
Engaging activities that support learning
Certificate for 1.5 continuing education hours awarded upon completion of course and quiz
- Benefits of Partnership
- Family Engagement
- Barriers to Partnership
- Tips for Successful Communication
- Planning a Meeting with Families
- Ideas for Family Engagement
- Case Study
- Family Conference Planning Form
- Motivational Interviewing Communication Strategies
- Reflective Questions for Meeting with Families
- Intended for: Educators working with Infant-Pre-K
- May be applicable for: Educators working with children K-3rd
"There are some great techniques on how to shift the way you communicate with parents, taking the pressure away from them feeling they are doing something wrong or that the teacher wouldn't understand or empathize with what the family is going through. The conference form is also a great way to get your thoughts and ideas organized ahead of time."
All online on-demand IMPACT courses are accessible for 12 months after the date of purchase.
Each course includes the English transcript of the narration
Through Google widgets, our courses can be translated into many different languages.
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