Date(s) - 12/02/2021
The Power of Family Engagement: How Involved Parents Can Foster a Child’s Self-Advocacy Skills
EXPERT: Michael Nakkula, Ph.D.
Decades of research tell us that strong parent-child bonds lead to academic success. For children with learning differences, this engagement is paramount — in large part because it unlocks critical self-advocacy skills. Learn about the impact of close family connections on social-emotional development, academic achievement, and overall mental health, and how to develop your student’s voice.
In this webinar, you will learn:
- How consistent parent/family engagement plays a critical role in students’ academic, social, and emotional learning
- How to develop and build student voice, which has the power to change the trajectory of his or her future
- How engaging with your child outside of the classroom leads to increased chances of attending college, developing a career, and life preparedness
- Practical ways parents can enhance a student’s voice and increase family engagement
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This webinar will be recorded. Those who register will be emailed a replay link.
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