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Applying understandings garnered from readings and from the video complete the following task:
1. Create a PowerPoint presentation that could be used as a downloadable resource for parents and community members on a school’s website.
2. The presentation should promote the advantages and benefits of engaging parents and the community in schools.
Additionally, make suggestions about how the ideas presented in:
3. Readings/resources below are applied to the school where you work (or would like to work)?
4. How would you address concerns, such as involving those who for whatever reason are reticent to communicate or feel disenfranchised, and engaging the disinterested parent, not just those who are willing to participate and contribute?
5. You must use the 5 resources listed below to address the presentation. You may also use 1 or 2 other peer-reviewed scholarly articles of your choice to support and address the topic. The resources below will be uploaded. Include 5-7 sources.
***The PowerPoint presentation must have an INTRODUCTION AND SUMMARY. Also, APA 7 CITATIONS properly used throughout the presentation..***
*** When formatting the presentation, be sure to include effective slide design that incorporates the best practices in PowerPoint, such as using appropriate graphics, animations, transitions, and short phrases in bulleted lists while saving the full details for the speaker notes for each slide. The speaker notes maybe comprised of brief paragraphs.***
Length: 12 slides (not including the cover slide or reference slide)
Speaker Notes Length: 175-200 words
• Educational Administration: Theory, Research, and Practice
Hoy, W. K., & Miskel, C. G. (2012). Educational administration: Theory, research, and practice (9th ed.). Boston, MA: McGraw-Hill.
• Case Studies on Educational Administration
Kowalski, T. J. Case studies on educational administration. Boston Pearson.
• Read Case 17, ”The Passive Principal”
• Bryan, J., & Henry, L. (2012). A model for building school-family-community partnerships:
• Henderson, A., & Education Law, C. (2004). Engaging parents, families, and the community to improve student achievement.
• Schools Reflect the Community Segment 6 (03:09)-Video