• Family, School, and Community Partnerships
  • Preparation for Session One
  • Session One: Community, Assumptions, and PTA Standards
  • Session Two: Preparing to Cross Borders
  • Session Three: Family and Community Engagement
  • Session Four: Collaboration
  • Session Five: Exploring Community Resources
  • Session Six: High Expectations English Learners
  • Session Seven: Responding to Student and Family Needs
  • Session Eight: Advocating for Students and Families
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  • LA 6.2: Sharing Partnership Plans


    Learning Outcome Pedagogical Intent Student Position

    Evaluate, select, and advocate for applicable models of family and community involvement and support implementation. 

    Assessment: 25 pts.

    TA: 40 Minutes

    Teachers can use this experience of creating a partnership plan as a foundation for creating future partnerships that will support students and families.

    Students have created a partnership plan to assist students and/or families.  They will present their plan in groups of 3 and receive feedback and suggestions on their plans.


    1. In your group of 3, take turns explaining your partnership plan to your classmates, 7-8 minutes each.
    2. When you have finished yours, ask for feedback and suggestions.
    3. Listen carefully to the other two partnership plans in your group and give feedback.
    4. Be prepared to participate in a  discussion and report on the interesting  partnership plans you heard about. The discussion will also consider your new understanding of how partnership with family and community might impact your practice as a teacher of ELs.

    This content is provided to you freely by BYU Open Learning Network.

    Access it online or download it at https://open.byu.edu/partnerships/la_62_sharing_partne.