PC+ Virtual Conference 2020

As part of the ParentChild+Virtual Conference, scheduled for May 12-14, 2020, members of the Newark Trust for Education's staff made presentations on Learning From Practice and Parent Engagement and Retention. Resources from each presentation can be accessed below.

WORKSHOP: Learning from Practice: Research Highlights from the Newark Trust for Education & ParentChild+ Collaboration 2019 - 2020

Presented by: Ronald Chaluisan (Executive Director) & Pritha Gopalan, Ph.D. (Director of Research and Evaluation)

RESOURCES

This is the PowerPoint presentation used during the workshop that captures research highlights from the Trust's collaboration with ParentChild+.
This is a qualitative study of parent/caregiver participation in the Newark ParentChild+ Early Learning program, conducted in Spring 2019, that highlights three levels of integration of the program into parent-child and extended family routines.
This infographic summarizes the results of the Parent Survey conducted by Newark Trust for Education in Fall 2020, reporting high levels of parental implementation, and high levels of children's learning and socio-emotional development.
A third party analysis of positive parenting and child socio-emotional development assessments, conducted over four points over the course of a full cycle of implementation (from Fall/Winter 2018 - Fall 2019). Results show consistent growth of positive parenting and child socio-emotional skills for the majority of participants. 

PRE-RECORDED WORKSHOP: Parent Engagement and Retention

Presented by: Lissette Morales (Program Officer) and Kalimah Wilson (Senior Program Officer)

RESOURCES

Parent and Family Engagement: Creating Safe and Supportive Learning Environments

This presentation provides information on the following: Newark Trust for Education’s approach to the ParentChild+ work; The importance of community engagement and making connections; Opportunities for family engagement activities; The transition to virtual visits in support of families; and Developing a Family Engagement Toolkit.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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