Evidence for Learning: What does the evidence say about engaging parents in children’s learning?

What does the evidence say about engaging parents in children’s learning?

A webinar providing professional learning for educators on working with parents to support children’s learning.
Author
E4L
E4L

During this webinar, practitioners will explore the newly developed guidance report Working with parents to support children’s learning’ and its recommendations, using practical examples from Australian schools. 

Webinars •0 minutes •

Our next guidance report Working with parents to support children’s learning’ will be released in October 2019. The guide is designed to provide practical, evidence-based guidance to help primary and secondary schools think about their work with parents. It contains four recommendations, based on the latest research, which can support schools to engage parents in a positive and impactful way.

During this webinar, practitioners will explore the newly developed resource and its recommendations, using practical examples from Australian schools.

Practitioners will:

  • Learn about the four evidence-based recommendations
  • Think about how to work with parents to support students’ learning
  • Hear examples of this work from Australian schools

Co-presented by Barbara Barker, Research Manager at Australian Research Alliance for Children and Youth (ARACY), Dr Tanya Vaughan, Associate Director at Evidence for Learning (E4L) and Susannah Schoeffel, Associate Director at Evidence for Learning (E4L).

What does the evidence say about engaging parents in children’s learning?