Peggy Bud

Tamara Jacobson

Jennifer Bernheim

Navigating Conversations:
Skill Building, Educational Relevance,
and Family Engagement

Peggy S. Bud, MS, SLP
Tamara L. Jacobson, MFA

Thursday
January 4, 2024
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WEBINAR

Authors and educators Peggy S. Bud and Tamara L. Jacobson believe that effective child-centered parent-teacher partnerships lead to student success. To that end, they created the 5-C Model of Communication: Conversations, Collaboration, Cooperation, Compromise, and Consensus, a framework for forging trusted alliances between school districts and families.

During this webinar, Ms. Bud and Ms. Jacobson will discuss their unique and useful book, Navigating Special Education: The Power of Building Positive Parent-Educator Partnerships, and its themes: the significance of creating a shared vision, the importance of data collection, and the value of active listening and perspective taking. The authors will also provide an innovative roadmap and easy to use strategies to help parents, educators, and administrators work together as partners.

The webinar will be moderated by Jennifer Bernheim, founder of Right to Read Advocacy.

Materials: Navigating Conversations (PDF format)

More About the Book Navigating Special Education

More About Peggy Bud

More About Tamara Jacobson

More About Jennifer Bernheim

Presented by SPED*NET
in partnership with
Wilton Pubic Schools and
Weston Parents for SPED Progress

SPED*NET does not provide medical or
psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
The material in this webinar is provided for
educational purposes only.

Peggy Bud

Tamara Jacobson

Jennifer Bernheim

Navigating Conversations:
Skill Building, Educational Relevance,
and Family Engagement

Peggy S. Bud, MS, SLP
Tamara L. Jacobson, MFA

Thursday
January 4, 2024
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WEBINAR

Authors and educators Peggy S. Bud and Tamara L. Jacobson believe that effective child-centered parent-teacher partnerships lead to student success. To that end, they created the 5-C Model of Communication: Conversations, Collaboration, Cooperation, Compromise, and Consensus, a framework for forging trusted alliances between school districts and families.

During this webinar, Ms. Bud and Ms. Jacobson will discuss their unique and useful book, Navigating Special Education: The Power of Building Positive Parent-Educator Partnerships, and its themes: the significance of creating a shared vision, the importance of data collection, and the value of active listening and perspective taking. The authors will also provide an innovative roadmap and easy to use strategies to help parents, educators, and administrators work together as partners.

The webinar will be moderated by Jennifer Bernheim, founder of Right to Read Advocacy.

Materials: Navigating Conversations (PDF format)

More About the Book Navigating Special Education

More About Peggy Bud

More About Tamara Jacobson

More About Jennifer Bernheim

Presented by SPED*NET
in partnership with
Wilton Pubic Schools and
Weston Parents for SPED Progress

SPED*NET does not provide medical or
psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
The material in this webinar is provided for
educational purposes only.

Peggy Bud

Tamara Jacobson

Jennifer Bernheim

Navigating Conversations:
Skill Building,
Educational Relevance,
and Family Engagement

Peggy S. Bud, MS, SLP
Tamara L. Jacobson, MFA

Moderator:
Jennifer Bernheim

Thursday
January 4, 2024
7:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

WEBINAR

Authors and educators Peggy S.
Bud and Tamara L. Jacobson
believe that effective child-centered
parent-teacher partnerships lead to
student success. To that end, they
created the 5-C Model of
Communication: Conversations,
Collaboration, Cooperation,
Compromise, and Consensus,

a framework for forging trusted alliances between school districts and families.

During this webinar, Ms. Bud and Ms. Jacobson will discuss their unique and useful book, Navigating Special Education: The Power of Building Positive Parent-Educator Partnerships, and its themes: the significance of creating a shared vision, the importance of data collection, and the value of active listening and perspective taking. The authors will also provide an innovative roadmap and easy to use strategies to help parents, educators, and administrators work together as partners.

The webinar will be moderated by Jennifer Bernheim, founder of Right to Read Advocacy.

Materials: Navigating Conversations
(PDF format)

More About the Book:
Navigating Special Education

More About Peggy Bud

More About Tamara Jacobson

More About Jennifer Bernheim

Presented by SPED*NET
in partnership with
Wilton Pubic Schools and
Weston Parents for SPED Progress

SPED*NET does not provide medical or
psychological advice, diagnosis, or treatment.
The material in this webinar is provided for
educational purposes only.