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Tuesday, August 13
 

8:15am

The Five Protective Factors: How Teachers Can Support Families in Building Resilience in Their Students (Part 1 of 3)
Limited Capacity filling up


This is for both Pre-school and K-2 Teachers
Part 1 of 3

Learning Objectives & Rationale: 
Protective factors are conditions in families and communities that, when present, increase the health and well-being of children and families. These attributes serve as buffers, helping parents find resources, support, or coping strategies that allow them to parent effectively, even under stress. Research has shown that the protective factors are linked to a lower incidence of child abuse and neglect.

After this training participants will be able to:
- List five protective factors that help keep families strong and prevent child abuse and neglect.
- Identify multiple strategies and everyday actions that help families to build those protective factors.
- Understand what it means to work with families in a strength-based way.

Description: 
When a child experiences adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), it can have life-long consequences for physical and mental health. But, one caring adult can make a difference. That's why we know building protective factors in parents and communities is important.

This session will discuss the five protective factors and how teachers and school communities can work to build these protective factors. The five protective factors are: Social and Emotional Competence, Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development, Social Connections, Concrete Support, and Resilience

Modalities/Implementation Practices: 
Small group discussion and activities, videos, some large group teaching, facilitated conversation


Speakers
BM

Beth Moore

Partnership for Children
LR

Letica Resendiz

Partnership for Children


Tuesday August 13, 2019 8:15am - 9:30am
Room 126 - Digital Learning Lab

9:40am

The Five Protective Factors: How Teachers Can Support Families in Building Resilience in Their Students (Part 2 of 3)
Limited Capacity filling up

This session is Part 2 of 3
Open to Preschool and Primary Grade teachers

Learning Objectives & Rationale: 
Protective factors are conditions in families and communities that, when present, increase the health and well-being of children and families. These attributes serve as buffers, helping parents find resources, support, or coping strategies that allow them to parent effectively, even under stress. Research has shown that the protective factors are linked to a lower incidence of child abuse and neglect.

After this training participants will be able to:
- List five protective factors that help keep families strong and prevent child abuse and neglect.
- Identify multiple strategies and everyday actions that help families to build those protective factors.
- Understand what it means to work with families in a strength-based way.
Description: 
When a child experiences adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), it can have life-long consequences for physical and mental health. But, one caring adult can make a difference. That's why we know building protective factors in parents and communities is important.

This session will discuss the five protective factors and how teachers and school communities can work to build these protective factors. The five protective factors are: Social and Emotional Competence, Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development, Social Connections, Concrete Support, and Resilience
Modalities/Implementation Practices: 
Small group discussion and activities, videos, some large group teaching, facilitated conversation

Speakers
BM

Beth Moore

Partnership for Children
LR

Letica Resendiz

Partnership for Children


Tuesday August 13, 2019 9:40am - 10:55am
Room 126 - Digital Learning Lab

2:00pm

The Five Protective Factors: How Teachers Can Support Families in Building Resilience in Their Students (Part 3 of 3)
Limited Capacity filling up

This session is Part 3 of 3
Open to Preschool and Primary Grade teachers

Learning Objectives & Rationale: 
Protective factors are conditions in families and communities that, when present, increase the health and well-being of children and families. These attributes serve as buffers, helping parents find resources, support, or coping strategies that allow them to parent effectively, even under stress. Research has shown that the protective factors are linked to a lower incidence of child abuse and neglect.

After this training participants will be able to:
- List five protective factors that help keep families strong and prevent child abuse and neglect.
- Identify multiple strategies and everyday actions that help families to build those protective factors.
- Understand what it means to work with families in a strength-based way.
Description: 
When a child experiences adverse childhood experiences (ACEs), it can have life-long consequences for physical and mental health. But, one caring adult can make a difference. That's why we know building protective factors in parents and communities is important.

This session will discuss the five protective factors and how teachers and school communities can work to build these protective factors. The five protective factors are: Social and Emotional Competence, Knowledge of Parenting and Child Development, Social Connections, Concrete Support, and Resilience
Modalities/Implementation Practices: 
Small group discussion and activities, videos, some large group teaching, facilitated conversation

Speakers
BM

Beth Moore

Partnership for Children
LR

Letica Resendiz

Partnership for Children


Tuesday August 13, 2019 2:00pm - 3:30pm
Room 126 - Digital Learning Lab