Education: Our Best Legacy workbook

This workbook is only available with the complete educational package. For more information, see Education: Our Best Legacy educational package.

EOBL workbook cover

The Education: Our Best Legacy workbook is the main take-home resource for your participants. It should be printed and distributed to each participant. It includes a section for each class session.

Each class’s workbook section contains:

  • Most of the worksheets that are used during that class session. The worksheets that are not contained in the workbook are incorporated within this facilitator manual, or are on an external website as described in this facilitator manual.

  • Tools and resources to facilitate reflection and review of the concepts discussed in class.

  • “Conversation Starters,” which is a list of questions that helps participants discuss related topics with their children at home.

  • Summary of the “Action at Home” steps that are to be completed by participants before the next class session.

A version of this workbook is also available for Latino families. See Education: Our Best Legacy for Latino Families workbook.

See a sample of the workbook: Education: Our Best Legacy workbook (Class 1) (PDF)

The complete educational package was written in 2017 by:

  • Kathleen A. Olson, program director for partnering for school success

  • Victoria Campoverde, cultural liaison with Columbia Heights school district

  • Karen Shirer, associate dean

  • Patricia Stoppa, Extension educator in family relations

  • Colleen Gengler, Extension educator in family relations

  • Jo Musich, Extension educator in family relations

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