The following recordings were part of a series of trainings that took place during the 2016-2017 school year.
The recordings from this webinar are broken into sections by the 6 Elements of Family Engagement. Please view these recordings to gain an understanding of how to increase family engagement in your schools.
- Element 1 & 2: Leadership & Data-Based Goals and Outcomes (47mins)
- Element 3: Positive Relationships (18mins)
- Element 4: MTSS Approach (16mins)
- Element 5 & 6: Empowering Families & Collaborative Problem Solving (33mins)
- Devon Minch, Ph.D., NCSP. Florida's Positive Behavior Support: Multi-Tiered Systems of Support.
- Meghan McCarthy, PFS Coordinator/Social Worker. Churchville School, Elmhurst SD.
This video for parents introduces parents to the use of problem-solving and how it may affect their child in the context of school-wide implementation of a multi-tiered system of supports, often still referred to as RtI.
Barbara J. Boone, PhD and Sarah L. Smith, MAFor the Office for Exceptional Children, Ohio Department of EducationApril 24, 2015
Child and Family Center, University of Oregon
C.S. Porter Middle School, Missoula, MT
Weist, M. D., Garbacz, S. A., Lane, K. L., & Kincaid, D. (2017). Aligning and integrating family engagement in Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (PBIS): Concepts and strategies for families and schools in key contexts. Center for Positive Behavioral Interventions and Supports (funded by the Office of Special Education Programs, U.S. Department of Education). Eugene, Oregon: University of Oregon Press.
Lucille Eber and Carol Ewen19th Annual School Mental Health ConferenceSeptember 2014
- Implementation of a Family-Centered School-Based Intervention to Prevent Student Academic and Behavioral Problems
Elizabeth A. Stormshack, Kathryn Margolis, Cindy Huang, and Thomas J. DishionHandbook of Implementation Science for Psychology in EducationNovember 2012
Gregory M. Fosco, Thomas J. Dishion, Elizabeth A. StormshakAPA addiction syndrome handbook, Vol. 2: Recovery, prevention, and other issues. APA handbooks in psychology., (pp. 225-245). Washington, DC, US: American Psychological Association, vii, 527 pp