Child Protection Week | Enhancing Student Outcomes through... - October Health

1 week from now 2024-06-01 19:00

Child Protection Week | Enhancing Student Outcomes through Parent-Teacher Collaboration

In this Forest session, we will delve into the impactful role of parent involvement in schools, supported by research findings. Discover how collaborative partnerships between schools and families can significantly enhance students' academic performance and social-emotional well-being. Presenter: Stacey-Lee Jacobs, an experienced educational psychologist with a background in teaching, counseling, and educational psychology. Passionate about making a difference in students' lives through practical application of her expertise both inside and outside the classroom. Please note that October Health provides educational support and does not replace professional advice. It's crucial to seek help from a qualified healthcare provider for any clinical needs.

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Stacey Jacobs
Host Rating
New Host
Location(s)
South Africa

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What will we cover?

Enhancing academic performance and social-emotional well-being of students
This session explores how involving parents in school activities can improve academic performance and well-being by fostering collaborative partnerships between schools and families.
Highlighting the impact of parent involvement in schools
This session highlights how parent involvement in schools positively impacts students' academic performance and social-emotional well-being through collaborative partnerships.
Promoting collaborative partnerships between schools and families
This session promotes collaborative partnerships by highlighting the impact of parent involvement on students' academic and social-emotional well-being, backed by research and practical insights from an experienced educational psychologist.
Practical application of educational psychology expertise for student benefit
This Forest session explores how parent-teacher collaboration can enhance student outcomes through practical application of educational psychology expertise.