I want the insights from my work to reach the families who can best benefit from it. So, I partner with after-school programs in order to outreach to parents, youths, and communities via resources aimed at highlighting the assets families possess to overcome educational challenges.
These resources aim to help parents get an overview of the educational systems in the United States, as well as the developmental and educational demands for each level (middle school, high school, college).
This is the first part of workshop series aimed to address parents' and students' questions and concerns about schooling and college processes in the US.
These resources aim to help parents and students get an overview of financial aid options to pay for university.
This is the second of a workshop series aimed to address parents' and students' questions and concerns about schooling and college processes in the US.
Through parents' own narratives and self-reflections of current and former students, this set of booklets showcases the ways in which parents address the challenges they encounter when supporting their children's education and how students attributed their families as important to their educational trajectories.
The aim of this resource is to help parents overcome concerns about their ability to effectively support their children and drive home the power they posses!
Spanish/English information workshop and handout for Latinx parents whose middle-school children attend the UC Irvine Math CEO program. This resource was designed to provide parents with practical, theory-based strategies to help adolescents' schooling difficulties in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
This video resource provided an overview about the Canvas interface, specifically aimed to help parents navigate a digital tool used by many middle schools.
This resource is intended to address parents' concerns about navigating technologies used to monitor their children's progress in school.