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Dr Linda Willis is a senior lecturer at Griffith University and a leading expert on the impact of parent engagement on student outcomes and the success of schools. In this podcast, Linda discusses the unexpected opportunities generated by the COVID-19 pandemic for engagement, the Collective Reciprocal Supportive Framework and shares practical advice for schools.
In this episode we discuss:
- Parent engagement within mandated teaching standards
- OECD research and wellbeing
- Evidence of benefits relating to parent engagement
- COVID-19 and the unexpected opportunity to put parent engagement at the forefront of education
- Collective Reciprocal Supportive Framework
- Research: Horizon Project with the Queensland Department of Education
- EPIC project (Dr Linda Willis and Prof Beryl Exley)
- Pandemic exposed cultural and linguistic barriers
- Practical advice for schools
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