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Learn how a human-centered design approach opens new possibilities for educators to engage families in meaningful ways.
Resources about libraries as evolving community spaces where learning actively occurs for the whole family.
With school back in session, browse the Family Involvement News to brush up on this summer’s developments on family engagement policy, strategies, and resources!
Find out what both students and faculty members learn from grappling with issues in a family engagement teaching case about the transition to kindergarten.
Pérsida Himmele and Marcia Nell reflect on coupling the Bridging Worlds case with the Reader’s Theater to help students better understand the transition to kindergarten!
Jamilah Jor’dan reflects on using the Fishbowl method with the Bridging Worlds case to help students explore the complexities of the transition to kindergarten.
Jon Lasser reflects on designing a mock team meeting with characters from the Bridging Worlds case to help school psychologists understand the transition to kindergarten.
Jesus Paz-Albo reflects on pairing the Empathy Map with the Bridging Worlds case to help educators understand how parents and teachers feel during the transition to kindergarten.
Anita Ede reflects on how the Bridging Worlds case helps educators explore assumptions teachers make during the transition to school and the consequences for children and families.
Looking for new ways to promote professional learning in family engagement? Check out how blended learning can support these efforts!