What Does Family Engagement Have to Do with Equitable Multi Level Systems of Support?

What Does Family Engagement Have to Do with Equitable Multi Level Systems of Support?

07dec12:00 pm1:00 pmWhat Does Family Engagement Have to Do with Equitable Multi Level Systems of Support?More Information12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

Event Details

Participants will:

  • experience what Wisconsin’s Vision of an Equitable Multi Level System of Support looks like while being implemented in schools/districts
  • examine how to apply an equity mindset to existing Family Engagement practices
  • explore resources on how school/districts can make their Family Engagement practices more equitable.

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand where Family Engagement fits within Wisconsin’s Vision of an Equitable Multi Level System of Support.
  • Understand how you can’t do authentic Family Engagement without an Equity Mindset.
  • Explore Wisconsin resources that improve Family Engagement in your school and/or district.

Presenters: Jennifer Grenke, MSEd, has been with the Wisconsin RtI Center since June 2011, as a North Regional Technical Assistance Coordinator, a PBIS Tier 1 trainer and a Family Engagement statewide team member. She enjoys assisting Wisconsin schools to develop and sustain an Equitable Multi-level System of Support to ensure the success for all students. This is Jennifer’s 34th year in education, with a passion for developing strong partnerships between schools and families.

Dan Seaman is a regional technical assistance coordinator for the Wisconsin RtI Center. He serves the East region (CESAs 6, 7, 8) and has an emphasis on academic implementation of a multi-level system of supports. He also is part of the Family Engagement and Continuous Improvement teams at the Center. This is his tenth year with the Center and prior to this role, he was a nationally certified school psychologist for 10 years.

Time

(Wednesday) 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm

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