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In this webinar we discussed the recommendation of framing strategies and how to put them together. Through this interactive training institute viewers learned new strategies to gain support for their family engagement programs and policies, and ultimately shift the conversation from family and community engagement being “nice to have” to being a “must have.”
In this webinar we discussed the use of space launch to explain how engagement happens and the use of concrete examples and clear explanations to define equity. Through this interactive training institute viewers learned new strategies to gain support for their family engagement programs and policies, and ultimately shift the conversation from family and community engagement being […]
In this webinar we discuss the research that is relevant to family engagement. We also talk about the concept of framing, how it works and what to avoid when using it. Through this interactive training institute viewers will learn new strategies to gain support for their family engagement programs and policies, and ultimately shift the […]
The Guide to School for Families of English Learners has been developed to help you understand the school system and offers suggestions for how to interact with school staff to support your child’s learning. This Guide provides information about Maryland public schools including how to enroll a child in school, schools by grade levels, early […]
Se elaboró la Guía escolar para familias de estudiantes de inglés para ayudarlo a entender el sistema escolar, además de ofrecerle sugerencias sobre cómo interactuar con el personal de la escuela para apoyar el aprendizaje de su hijo. Esta guía brinda información sobre las escuelas públicas de Maryland, incluido cómo inscribir a un niño en […]
Dr. Karen Mapp describes and introduces the concept of Dual Capacity Building Framework. This Framework should be seen as a compass, laying out the goals and conditions necessary to chart a path toward effective family engagement efforts that are linked to student achievement and school improvement. Also included is a website for practitioners to learn […]
The toolkit has information that helps you have money conversations with the people you serve. Use the tools to help achieve goals and work through challenges.
Suggested age-appropriate activities for parents and caregivers to help young children to college age youth develop financial literacy.
Money is an essential topic to start teaching your child(ren) about at a young age. Read and learn about these tips on how to best educate your child(ren) about budgeting, saving and more.
MAEC asked Dr. Seth Shaffer, child psychologist, to offer practical parenting strategies to assist families to get through these challenging times. If you have a question for Dr. Shaffer, please submit it in the link below.
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