Relative Impact of Family Engagement Strategies on Student Learning

a powerpoint slide, with low impact strategies on the left such as celebrations, fundraisers, potlucks, and performances. On the righthand side are higher impact strategies, such as goal-setting talks, personalized communication, positive phone calls home, modeling of learning support strategies, weekly data sharing folders, and home visits.

This visual representation from the Flamboyan Foundation of the impact of various family engagement strategies on student learning is helpful as we make the shift from reliance solely on traditional forms of family engagement in our schools (e.g., events at the school building, reactive communication, in-person conferences) to research-based effective practices. Use it to drive better planning conversations with your school teams. This graphic was developed based on a review of the research on family engagement.

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Ohio Parents and Caregivers -- Click Here to Apply to be on our Advisory Council in 2021 -- Applications Due November 26, 2020

We are now recruiting Ohio parents and caregivers of Ohio children from birth to grade 12 to be members of our advisory council beginning in January 2021!

Click here to download the English version of the application and share with families in your community.

Click here to download the Spanish version of the application and share with families in your community.

Applications are due by November 26, 2020, and can be emailed as an attachment to OhioSFEC@osu.edu.

To read more about the work of the council, visit our state advisory council web page.

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