Parent & Family Engagement Workshops
Our parent and family engagement workshops :
- offer relevant and interesting topics
- satisfy Title 1 and 21st CCLC requirements
- are done for you, we provide:
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- ready to use email advertisements
- attendance tracking
- engaging presentation
- Zoom (or similar) link
We offers a variety of topics that can be delivered virtually to your parents and families. Each session is approximately 1 hour in length. All you need to do is select a date and notify your parents and families. We handle the rest.
Pre-K - 12th Grade Parent & Family Engagement Workshops
Learn how to recognize your student’s personality style, based on DISC personality styles, and learn how to help them flourish in times of stress.
Science, technology, engineering, and mathematics play a key role in the sustained growth and stability of the global economy and the world in which we live. STEM education creates critical thinkers, increases science literacy, and enables the next generation of innovators.
Children are a full-time job and among the never-ending list of important tasks is to ensure that their schooling experiences are successful and worthwhile. Becoming partners with your child’s teachers can prove to be invaluable in creating a positive learning environment.
Test anxiety is a psychological condition in which students experience some degree of stress and anxiety before and during exams. Test anxiety can impair learning and hurt a students’ test performance. This session will help you as a parent help your child overcome test anxiety.
Self-esteem comes from within. It is not something we can give children, but we can foster it by teaching them the skills they need to gain confidence. Learn the techniques and concepts to help your children foster positive self-esteem.
When you help your child to love reading, you provide a gift that will enrich their personal and professional lives for years to come. Parents are a child’s first teacher and as a parent, you can nurture the love of books and reading in your child from a very young age.
The skill of listening is an important skill to cultivate in your child. Good communication skills can benefit your child in every aspect of their lives: home, school, work, as well as personal relationships. Help your child learn the skills to talk when necessary, but the ability to listen is imperative.
25-35% of children age 12 to 18 report being bullied at some point. That is a lot of kids. If this happens to your child, it can be very concerning. Bullying can make your child’s experience at school miserable, but also it is a cause of eating disorders, drug abuse, depression, and even suicides. Learn some of the things you can do to help your child successfully deal with bullying.
Schools alone can teach your child many, many things, but working together with their parents allows for even greater learning and more success. These 7 skills will be utilized in every aspect of your child’s life and will not only make them a better student but a more successful and well-rounded person.
Engage your child’s mind, occupy their hands, and have your child more effectively learn through hands-on activities rather than just listening to lectures. These activities will activate your child’s brain and allow them to learn new skills in a fun and exciting manner.
The morning is when we set the tone for the rest of your child’s day, as well as the entire families’ day. It is important to work to develop a strong morning routine that sets the entire family on the right path. Everyone will be better prepared to learn and make good choices if the day begins in a positive and calm way.
Early Childhood Parent & Family Workshops
As much as all parents love their young child, parenting a young child can sometimes be frazzling and stressful. There are positive ways to diffuse your child’s meltdown and help you cope with the times when your child may not be reacting to a situation in the most positive manner.
Teaching your child to entertain themselves is an important skill that can be taught at a very young age. As much as you want to play with your child, there are times when you need to do something else and they need to entertain themselves.
You can instill in your child from a very young age the love of reading. Reading to your young child will engage their imagination and provide them with ideas and thoughts that will propel them into the future. Selecting books that help their imagination grow is very important.
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