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Prerequisites There are no prerequisites for EDU617. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Description Parent and community involvement is a crucial element to school success. Promoting the social, emotional and academic skills necessary for student success in the 21st century requires a team effort of collaboration with schools, families and the community. Students in this course will explore strategies and research for engaging partners in the ongoing education of children in the community. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Design As we explore strategies and research for engaging partners in the ongoing education of children in the community, we will encounter required readings and other course materials. As valuable as these are this graduate course will also emphasize your authentic personal and/or professional experiences to bring immediate context to the course. Via threaded discussions, essays, and journaling, we will examine research on current collaboration efforts in schools today. In addition, we will provide an overview of contemporary school, family and community partnerships so that you can develop a strategic plan for community engagement with the school site. Moreover, we will explore the role of parents in supporting the education of their children. Finally, a data bank of community resources including business, government agencies and nonprofit organizations engaged in student learning will be presented and ways to use these institutions. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Learning Outcomes Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to: Examine research on current collaboration efforts in schools today. Develop a strategic plan for community engagement with the school site. Explore the role of parents in supporting the education of their children. Identify community resources including business, government agencies and nonprofit organizations that may be engaged in conversation and support for student learning. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Course Map The course map illustrates the careful design of the course through which each learning objective is supported by one or more specific learning activities in order to create integrity and pedagogical depth in the learning experience. LEARNING OUTCOME WEEK ASSIGNMENT Examine research on current collaboration efforts in schools today. 1 2 2 3 4 6 6 Journal Parent Roles Loving Support Essay Partnerships Students of Diverse Backgrounds Community Involvement Parent Involvement for the 21st Century Develop a strategic plan for community engagement with the school site. 1 2 2 3 3 4 4 4 6 Social Support Essay Parent Roles Loving Support Essay Leadership Roles Epstein’s Six Students of Diverse Backgrounds Developing Relationships Journal Parent Involvement for the 21st Century Explore the role of parents in supporting the education of their children. 1 1 2 2 3 3 4 5 6 6 6 Positive Environment Introduction Counseling Roles Loving Support Essay Essay: Exploring the Role Checklist Parent Support Hierarchy of Needs Community Involvement Los Pen Parent Involvement for the 21st Century Identify community resources including business, government agencies and nonprofit organizations, etc. that may be engaged in conversation and support for student learning. 5 5 5 6 6 6 Service Learning Strategic Plan Service Learning Los Pen Partnership Parent Involvement for the 21st Century -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Institutional Outcomes Graduates of Ashford University: Demonstrate the ability to read and think critically and creatively; Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in speech and in writing; Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively through the use of technology; Demonstrate an understanding of the various forms of diversity; Demonstrate an understanding of the interdependence among living beings, the environment and humanly-created systems; Demonstrate competence in their major fields of study; Demonstrate an understanding of service directed at meeting the needs of others; Demonstrate the ability to draw information from different fields of study to make informed decisions; and Develop skills and abilities that provide for lifelong learning. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Mission Statement The mission of Ashford University is to provide accessible, affordable, innovative, high-quality learning opportunities and degree programs that meet the diverse needs of individuals pursuing integrity in their lives, professions, and communities.
In a two-to-five page paper written in APA format, state why social support was such an important element in the success at “Los Pen” mentioned by Hjalmarson in Chapter Two. Define social support. What does the research say about the efficacy of the many forms of social support? What experiences have you encountered with social support at your school as a teacher or as a K-12 student? How do these experiences compare to the research?
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