This 3-part bridge event webinar, "Engaging Families in the Assessment Process and Use of Data: An Early Childhood Example," was co-hosted by the Regional Educational Laboratory (REL) Northeast & Islands and the REL Southwest on August 12, 2014.
The webinar is in three parts. Part 3 of 3 is the question-and-answer session, facilitated by Janice Keizer, a prekindergarten research alliance liaison with the REL Southwest. Answering questions are the presenters Dale Walker, Ph.D., associate research professor, Juniper Gardens Children’s Project, and Heather Schrotberger, executive director, and Jessica Haremza, site director, of Project EAGLE/Educare of Kansas City.
To view the full webinar archive:
Regional Educational Laboratory Southwest website: http://relsouthwest.sedl.org/
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