2013 Professional Development for School Leaders -- Session 10:
Changing the Lens: Examining F.A.C.E. - Family and Community Engagement

View the agenda:
View the participants' booklet:

Susan Silver's PowerPoint presentation (including links to the videos presented):


During this session, participants examined current school F.A.C.E. practices and their school culture.
Using this link, access the images of each lists created by schools:
http://flic.kr/s/aHsjEF1cwS


Levels of Family Engagement:



Student Voices at elementary, middle, and high school level:

Student Voices Reflection:




Working Chart for Levels of Engagement and Strategies:


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