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Building Partnerships with Families

Course Number
SEBPWF2hrLINK
Overview

In this two-hour training session, we will be learning how to build a partnership and relationship with the parents of the children in your care.  We will discuss why it is so important and how it helps with child development.  Also, look at the latest research on parent involvement and ways to involve parents in your program.

Objective

2.1 g. Takes time to learn about families’ race, religion, home language, family structure, employment situation, other

child care arrangements, as well as their values and beliefs about childhood, education, and intervention

2.1 l. Engages in respectful, goal-oriented partnerships with families to promote parent-child relationships

and family well-being

2.2 g. Seeks input and collaboration from all family members, including fathers, grandparents, and others

2.3 c. Promotes interaction between families and community

2.4 a. Plans conferences, events, and activities that are based on family interest and schedules them for times that are convenient for families

Course Hours
2.00

Scheduled Event(s) for this Course
REQUIRES REGISTRATION Overview

Agenda:

  1. Welcome
  2. Ice breaker & Introductions/ Go over guidelines for virtual trainings
  3. Discuss why building relationships with parents is important.
  4. What does a partnership between families and early childhood educators look like?
  5. Who benefits from the partnership?
  6. Building blocks of a partnership.
  7. How do you involve parents?
  8. Video: Building Positive Relationships with your Families
  9. How do you get information to your parents?
  10. Ways to build a positive relationship.
  11. Video: Involving Parents
  12. Wrap up conversation about what they will do to help build a partnership with families
  13. Questions
  14. Proof of Learning Reminder


Objective(s)

2.1 g. Takes time to learn about families’ race, religion, home language, family structure, employment situation, other

child care arrangements, as well as their values and beliefs about childhood, education, and intervention

2.1 l. Engages in respectful, goal-oriented partnerships with families to promote parent-child relationships

and family well-being

2.2 g. Seeks input and collaboration from all family members, including fathers, grandparents, and others

2.3 c. Promotes interaction between families and community

2.4 a. Plans conferences, events, and activities that are based on family interest and schedules them for times that are convenient for families



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