Education Summit 2001 Survey
1. Did you attend last year's conference?
2. Are you planning on attending this year's?
If not, why?
on work assignment for the year but I do hope to attend, it's on my schedule
am not sure I can make it.
of plans at this time •
3. Below is a list of topics participants generated from
last years summit that they would like to see included this year. Please
select the 3 topics below that are of greatest interest to you.
Emotional regulation in children
Teaching Parent Education in Ways that Engage and Reach Parents
37.5% How to engage "difficult" participants in parent
Empathy Development in Children
Bonding and attachment
Teaching Tricks and Tips
Parent Education Curricula and models that have been effective
Please add additional ideas in the comment box.
Interrupting generational patterns of neglect
Working with children with special needs. or that are suspected of
l. Promotion of healthy relationships between caregivers and
2.Understanding young children's behavior.
best practice guidelines; finding funding
4. What is the most important reason for you to attend the parent
Learning new tips for delivery of parent education
Networking with other parent educators
Finding out about curricula in use
Identifying and learning about other programs in our county
Hearing a keynote speaker
5. Do you have any recommendations for a keynote speaker
or keynote topic?
Raymond Reyes; Topic: Education and Diversity
UW Parenting Clinic staff, i.e., Carolyn Webster-Strafton (206)
543-21 00 or 543-601 0;
Erickson from Minnesota Topic: Prevention of conduct problems in
children; pros and cons of multiple "helper'/agencies
Fiona, Sent them on my Email. Chris
6. What subjects would you like the breakout sessions to
to teach and reach with parent education
generational patterns of neglect
might be good to focus on helping parents develop routines, which get them
and their children ready for the school years, which arrive so quickly.
to effectively coordinate service delivery to the client (parent or child)
so as to reduce mixed "directives/advice/education" which might
undermine client(parent or child) in the long run.
with special needs
parents in for parent education and retention of them
it would depend on the keynote speaker. I would like the breakout sessions
as a way of reflecting on the keynote speaker's talk. Ideas on how to
implement suggestions from the keynote speaker, etc.
to best reach the targeted group of parents that need help.
observation; sign with your Baby
Ed tips. How to make it interesting and not sound like you are trying to be
the expert on child rearing. How to encourage more parents to be more
involved in their child's education.
would like some "ice breaker" type ideas for P.E. meetings
7. Would you be interested in presenting a breakout
What topic would you want to present?
drug exposed children in care settings
with ADD/ADHD children
support for children
"no-more-anger'' discipline/limit setting
on what participants want
let talk, thanks
mental health topics
8. Can you recommend anyone else that you know to
present or facilitate a workshop'.? Please list their name and number.
Gray: Working with Labled Children(ADD/ADHD,OD,CD) etc. The Meaning of Play
Johnson, PhD (firstname.lastname@example.org; (360) 379-8821
9. What age group do you focus on in your
professional parent education work?
1 0. What other suggestions or comments do you have to make
this Summit better for you?
comfortable spaces for people to meet, that are easy to locate.
was happy with the summit this last yr.
suggestions at this time. In response to 9. above: I do parent ed for all
three age groups but couldn't figure out how to put dots in each area.
to keep children with behavioral problem, related to their parent's
inability to parent, in school?
time in workshops and less time with intros would be great--although it is
important to know who's who!