Parent Consultation. The Future of School Psychology Task Force on Family-School Partnerships Susan Sheridan, Michelle Swanger-Gagne, Kathryn Woods, Kathryn Black, Jennifer Burt, S. Andrew Garbacz, Ashley Taylor University of Nebraska-Lincoln. Definition.
The Future of School Psychology Task Force on Family-School PartnershipsSusan Sheridan, Michelle Swanger-Gagne, Kathryn Woods, Kathryn Black, Jennifer Burt, S. Andrew Garbacz, Ashley Taylor
University of Nebraska-Lincoln
See detailed discussion of stages in CBCsection
See PC Handout 3
Strategies used to orient toward the consultee; suggests “presence.”
S: Sit squarely
H: Have an open posture
E: Engage using Eye communication
See PC Handout 4
See also Overview of Family-School Partnerships Module
See Case Study Handouts 1 & 2
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