Find out how high quality professional development can be used to support staff’s use of effective PFCE practices.
You will learn to:
- Use professional development to address both individual and program family and community engagement goals
- Use NCPFCE resources to assess and develop staff capacity for systemic, integrated, and comprehensive family engagement
- Partner with training and technical assistance (T/TA) providers as partners to support family engagement through professional development
Who Should View This Webinar?
This webinar may be helpful to an array of audience members, including: Head Start and Early Head Start directors, managers, and parent leaders; T/TA providers; and early childhood leaders who support child and family progress.
- Kiersten Beigel, family and community partnerships specialist, Office of Head Start
- Liz L. Martinez, executive director, Laguna Division of Early Childhood
- Brandi Black Thacker, director of T/TA, NCPFCE
- Ann Janney-Schultz, early childhood education (ECE) specialist, Region III
This webinar was moderated by Christine Patton, senior research analyst at Harvard Family Research Project.
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Last Reviewed: March 2013
Last Updated: January 6, 2017