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Professional Learning

School-Home Communication Essentials for ESPs

In this webinar, learn how to communicate to build relationships and help bring families into the learning process.

At a Glance

As an education support professional, you know you have an essential role in the day-to-day work of schools, but you also play a unique role you may not even be aware of. Your smiling face, your understanding look, and your extra effort can help welcome families, build trust, and forge powerful communication highways between school and home. This webinar will highlight the knowledge and skills you need to make the most of every interaction you have with parents and caregivers.


  • Obtain a greater understanding of how to use your words, tone, and information to build relationships.
  • Learn how to bring families into the learning process.
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Last Updated: January 2024


Session Length

1 hour

Session Format


Section with embed

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