Engaging Caregivers & Students
Student voice. Family/caregiver voice. Community voice. These voices need to be included in implementation to allow for a clearer understanding of needs, exploration of new ideas, and the creation of equitable decision-making (Engaging Critical Perspectives), but how can they be captured and utilized in a meaningful way?
Join Yolanda Perkins and Stephanie Kennedy, Implementation Specialists with NIRN, along with the teams from TNTP (The New Teacher Project), Pasadena Unified School District, and Buffalo Public Schools as they share their processes and experiences engaging students and caregivers in the implementation of a high-quality math curriculum.
Audience: K-12 educators at the local, regional, and state levels, implementation specialists or practitioners, and Professional Learning and Technical Assistance Providers.