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Communication and Cultural Humility in Family Engagement

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Charles A. Hayes Center

4859 S. Wabash Ave.

Chicago, IL 60615

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Building better relationships with parents and caregivers or guardians is extremely important and entails trust, consistency, accountability, listening, and cultural humility. How can arts organizations seek input in designing programming to ensure programs are responsive to student, family, and community needs and desires? How can
strong relationships be supported by the parent/guardian-student-instructor triangle? In what ways can arts organizations take into account the practical needs when engaging parents and guardians?


This Institute will provide:
∞ Training on cultural humility, trust, accountability and consistency in building parent/guardian relationships and structuring parent/guardian participation and exposure through an arts program, not just a culminating experience, in ways that are realistic, given other demands their time
∞ Tools for developing mechanisms by which parents/guardians can give input in sharing program priorities, and give feedback throughout and after a program
∞ Insights from arts partners and teaching artists on the types of parent/guardian relationships they have developed and maintained through the years

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