Vice President of Program Develop for PIQE walks an audience through the fundamentals of PIQE’s programs to build family capacity and trust to advocate for their children.
Driven by a philosophy based in Paolo Freire’s Pedagogy of the Oppressed, PIQE, the Parent Institute for Quality Education, shares tips for providers to keep families as equals at the table in their child’s education.
A National PTA expert walks convening attendees through best practices in scaling programs.
This workshop identifies what keeps families coming back to the Saturday hosted program Chicago Pre-College Science and Engineering Program, ChiS&E.
A panel discusses family engagement from a provider perspective, including a broader vision for the work as well as biggest lessons learned from failure.
Former CEO of the Aspen Institute, Walter Isaacson, answers a student’s question about how to get excited about STEM. His response isn’t about the students getting excited, however he does have a message for grown-ups.
A discussion of promising practices deployed by the North Louisiana STEM Alliance and the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership to combat some barriers to family engagement.
Learn practical tips to spark a child’s curiosity at all ages from South Jersey lead, MindBytes. Tips are useful under any time or resource constraint.