Parenting Educator Competencies: a resource Document For the Field of Parenting Education



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Parenting Educator Competencies:

A Resource Document

For the Field of Parenting Education
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January 2018

Acknowledgments

Members of the Professional Preparation and Recognition Committee (PPRC) of the National Parenting Education Network (NPEN) developed Parenting Educator Competencies: A Resource Document For the Field of Parenting Education over a period of several years. It is based on the work of Dana McDermott, Professor Emeritus of DePaul University (see page 6 in this document for details).

Thanks to the following PPRC and NPEN members who have been involved in the creation of this document since work on it began in 2013:

Betty Cooke, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, MN

Lorna Durrant, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX

Gayle Hart, Home Instruction for Parents of Preschool Youngsters (HIPPY), Little Rock, AK

Harriet Heath, Parent Center, Bryn Mawr College, PA & Winter Harbor, ME

Stephanie Jones, Just Families, NC

Sandra McClintic, Texas Woman’s University, Denton, TX

Dana McDermott, DePaul University, Chicago, IL

Glen Palm, St. Cloud State University, MN

Mary Kay Stranik, MELD Director, Minneapolis, MN

Judy Wolf, Cornell Cooperative Extension of Tioga County, NY 

Jerri Wolfe, Linn Benton Community College, OR


Feedback and input on the document have been received through reviews by the NPEN Council and Membership and by professional colleagues in parenting education and related fields who have reviewed the document over the years. Presentations of drafts at state and national conferences have also been a source of further feedback.




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