Intergenerational Family Leadership for Schools – Podcast Episode 167 | Classnotes Podcast 167
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Classnotes Podcast (October 24, 2016) Across the country, educators look for ways to connect their lessons to the “real world,” seeking ideas for engaging their students to support their learning. At the same time, some may be content with traditional parent engagement but others want something more. In this episode, Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA senior education associate, tells the story of how intergenerational family leadership that recognizes the contributions of youth in family engagement can also demonstrate how youth projects in their communities can serve academic purposes as well. He references a recent article he coauthored with Dr. Nancy Chavkin of Texas State University for VUE (Voices in Urban Education) magazine entitled, “Liderazgo Familiar Intergeneracional: Intergenerational Family Leadership as a New Paradigm of Family Engagement.”
Aurelio is interviewed by Sofia Bahena, Ed.D., senior education associate.
Show length: 13:05
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Liderazgo Familiar Intergeneracional: Intergenerational Family Leadership as a New Paradigm of Family Engagement, Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed., and Dr. Nancy Chavkin
College Students Describe What a School’s College-Going Culture Really Means – Full Interviews
Youths in Action – Intergenerational Leadership, Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed.
Students Become Leaders in their Community to Support Peers on the Path Toward College, Aurelio M. Montemayor, M.Ed.
“Our children could get lost” – Rio Grande Valley Parents Gather to Discuss Policy Implications, Sofía Bahena, Ed.D.
IDRA’s Family Leadership Principles, By Aurelio Montemayor, M.Ed., IDRA Newsletter
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