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Parenting Curriculum

Available Training Formats: In-person, Virtual live, Virtual Pre-recorded, and on-demand RMPD University

Description: These sessions are designed to promote healthy family engagement. It will highlight practical applications and techniques centered around effective parenting skills that include positive parent-child interactions and relationships. 

Target Audience: Directors, Family Service Workers, Educators, and Parents

Module Topics:

  • Why A Solid Foundation
  • Social Emotional Skills
  • Establishing Boundaries
  • Vertical/Horizontal Relationships
  • Public Social Grace
  • Purposeful Thinking
  • Emotional Stability
  • Honoring Your Role as a Parent
  • And more...
Training Objectives:
  • To engage participants in meaningful activities that foster positive social and emotional development.
  • To provide practical techniques that encourages and ignites positive parent-child interactions and relationships.
  • Discuss and implement practical applications and techniques that promote healthy family engagement. 

Expected Learning Outcomes:

  • Participants will be able to employ meaningful strategies to strengthen family structure.
  • Participants will be able to identify and employ family engagement strategies that foster parent-child interactions. 
  • Participants will be able to employ effective strategies that promote healthy family engagement. 

Head Start Standards: 1302.51 Parent activities to promote child learning and development.
(a) A program must promote shared responsibility with parents for children’s early learning and development, and implement family engagement strategies that are designed to foster parental confidence and skills in promoting children’s learning and development. These strategies must include:

(1) Offering activities that support parent-child relationships and child development including language, dual language, literacy, and bi-literacy development as appropriate;
(2) Providing parents with information about the importance of their child’s regular attendance, and partner with them, as necessary, to promote consistent attendance; and,
(3) For dual language learners, information and resources for parents about the benefits of bilingualism and biliteracy.

(b) A program must, at a minimum, offer opportunities for parents to participate in a research-based parenting curriculum that builds on parents’ knowledge and offers parents the opportunity to practice parenting skills to promote children’s learning and development. A program that chooses to make significant adaptations to the parenting curriculum to better meet the needs of one or more specific populations must work with an expert or experts to develop such adaptations.

 

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