May’s (2022) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part One

Inside Latino Parents’ Push for Healthy, Culturally Appropriate School Lunches is from Ed Week.

21st-Century Learning at Home: A Guide for Families and Caregivers of English Learners to Support Project-Based Learning at Home

April’s (2022) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part Four

Using Family Interviews to Increase Equity and Engagement in Science is from Edutopia.

Listen To….Me, Talking About “Fostering Student Motivation” On The National PTA Podcast

(Note: This was cross-posted at my other blog)

I was honored to be a guest on the National PTA podcast that came out today, and primarily talked about student motivation.

You can listen to it at their site (which also has a written transcript and other resources), wherever you usually listen to podcasts, or by using the embedded version below:

 

I’m adding this to My Best Posts, Articles & Interviews On Parent Engagement and to the “About Me” page on this blog which links to other interviews I’ve done.

April’s (2022) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part Two

Do home visits help? Impacts of home visits in the District of Columbia Public Schools

March’s (2022) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part Three

7 ways parents can help kids persist at tasks they resist is from The Washington Post.

How to Support Your Child’s Social-Emotional Health: 8 Tips for Families is from Colorin Colorado.

March’s (2022) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part Two

Learning Heroes shares new parent engagement research.

December’s (2021) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part Four

6 ways to help your child read fluently, cover to cover is from Teach Learn Grow.

December’s (2021) Useful Parent Engagement Resources – Part Two

Biden White House Works to Boost Parent Involvement as GOP Scores Points on Education is from US News.

Effects of Family Literacy Programs on the Emergent Literacy Skills of Children From Low-SES Families: A Meta-Analysis is a new study.

What the Law Says About Parents’ Rights Over Schooling is from Ed Week.

Using Behavioral Insights to Improve School Administrative Communications: The Case of Truancy Notifications is another new study.