Family & Community Engagement
Building the bridges to better parent relationships to support your school
The Generation Text Online SEL Framework provides strategies and practices to:
- Build a network of meaningful parent engagement to support your school operation
- Build active and sustainable parent relationships
- Construct communities of care
Our training will offer a framework and tools to:
- Develop environments of trust between parents and staff
- Reduce and eliminate “ghosting”
- Enhance student engagement, perceived self-efficacy, and academic outcomes
How it works
There are 6 modules, each module consists of a set of principles. Each module has specific strategies and practices designed to facilitate conversation and engagement between staff and parents, and collaborate on positive, supportive goals and solutions. We can provide a playbook of guided discussions around each set of principles.
A framework means…
The framework is not just a newsletter or another email home to parents. It is so much more. The framework furnishes your team the tools to build engaging, supportive, and sustainable learning environments defined by a clear sense of community, connectedness, and empathy.
A framework means…
The framework doesn’t tell teachers, staff and families how they should feel and what they should do in a situation. The framework provides protocols and procedures to construct the communities of care and trust in which students, families, and staff can openly share their fears and frustrations while collaboratively addressing barriers to student success.
How do I get started?
To learn how our specialized expertise can guide your organization contact Jill Brown at 781-820-6629.
In the above video, our founder, Jill Brown was invited to speak at the 2021 National Conference for Character.org in Washington, DC alongside Angela Duckworth, founder and CEO of Character Lab and Professor of Psychology at the University of Pennsylvania and Karen Niemi, President and CEO of CASEL .
Jill Brown was asked to focus her talk towards parents and families. Be sure to watch as Ms. Brown’s guides her audience in understanding the science behind how emotions determine an adolescent’s ability to exhibit strong character. Ms. Brown provides specific 21st Century strategies, practices and routines to develop their adolescents and young adults with social emotional intelligence skills necessary for displaying character.
- Eye Contact
- Active Listening
- Positive vs. Negative
- Creating Psychological Safety: the Eight Essential Questions
- Building Self Esteem
What people are saying
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