Previously aired Thursday, November 10th
When families are engaged in their child’s school, the child is engaged in their education. We understand how active family and community engagement can enhance student success, but we tend to underestimate just how much family engagement requires strategy. In this Strategies to Share webinar, we delve into activities and interventions that engage families—from caregivers and guardians to members of our community. Unpack strategies like “community walks” and “SEL choice boards” that family members can try at home to help their children develop social awareness, build relationship skills, and promote engagement in their communities.
In this session we:
- Share strategies, toolkits, and resources that help family support the academic, behavioral, and social-emotional development of their children at home
- Explore the research and evidence behind the strategies, in addition to their connection to tiered systems of student support (such as MTSS and PBIS frameworks)
- Share educator reflections and feedback on the SEL strategies and discuss their implications for practice, implementation and differentiation
The Strategies to Share webinar series showcases evidence-based and research-backed social-emotional learning (SEL) strategies, from classroom activities and lesson ideas for teachers, to school-wide protocol and norms for administrators. Panorama Education shares its best strategies and toolkits, including those from Playbook, Panorama’s online professional learning library of interactive strategies and interventions that support student SEL.
Chantei Alves, Graduate Intern at Lesley University, Masters in Moderate Disabilities
Takeru "TK" Nagayoshi, Professional Learning Director of Community Events, Panorama Education
Nick Woolf, Playbook Content Director, Panorama Education