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Task Force Recommendations
To Promote Community Engagement
research-based strategies to help build meaningful relationships with the community to promote positive outcomes for children and families.
Explain five research-based strategies to help build meaningful relationships with the community to promote positive outcomes for children and families. (2-3 sentences each)
Why we chose these strategies:
Explain the rationale for choosing these particular strategies, including research-based evidence showing why these strategies can be effective in helping build meaningful relationships with the community to promote positive outcomes for children and families. (1-2 paragraphs).
Provide at least two citations with URLs that were the sources for the chosen strategies.
NAEYC. (n.d.) Principles of effective practice: Family engagement. Retrieved March 17, 2018 from https://www.naeyc.org/resources/topics/family-engagement/principles
Time Estimate: 15 min
WEB RESOURCE: RELATIONSHIP-BASED COMPETENCIES TO SUPPORT FAMILY ENGAGEMENT
Head Start/ECLKC (2019, January 9). Relationship-based competencies to support family engagement. Retrieved from https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/family-engagement/article/relationship-based-competencies-support-family-engagement
Note: This series provides resources to help you engage and partner with families. Choose the one(s) that best apply to your situation.
Time Estimate: 1-2 hours
MEDIA: BEST PRACTICES IN FAMILY & COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT VIDEO SERIES
U. S. Department of Health and Human Services. (2015). Best practices in family and community engagement video series [Multimedia file]. Retrieved from https://eclkc.ohs.acf.hhs.gov/community-engagement/article/best-practices-family-community-engagement-video-series
Note: After clicking on the link for this resource, scroll to find and view the following videos:
- Bringing Families Together: Building Community
- Program Environments: Responsive Programming for Migrant Families
- Engaging Fathers