On Thursday, October 29th Making Powerful Impacts with a New Family Ecological Framework will be one of the online break-out sessions at the 2020 Annual Family and Consumer Sciences (FCS) Conference.
We invite you to join us:
Description: Workshop session participants will be introduced to an energetic, lovable, Ohio family and will work in small groups to determine how the four concepts apply to different situations for this family and then share with the larger group. This activity will spark ideas for additional ways to apply this framework to work on various topics with families across the state.
Presenters & Group Facilitators: James Bates and Erin Yelland* with Patrice Powers-Barker, Emily Marrison, Melissa J. Rupp, Laura Stanton, Kathy Tutt, Courtney Woelfl (email links at end)
*Bates and Yelland are co-authors of Family Rules, Family Relationships, and the Home: Reconceptualizing Policy, Systems, and Environmental Change in the Family Context published in 2018 in The Journal of the National Association of Family and Consumer Sciences (see page 112)
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Co-presenters, October 2020
James Bates firstname.lastname@example.org
Erin Yelland email@example.com
Patrice Powers-Barker firstname.lastname@example.org
Emily Marrison email@example.com
Melissa J. Rupp firstname.lastname@example.org
Laura Stanton email@example.com
Kathy Tutt firstname.lastname@example.org
Courtney Woelfl email@example.com