Communicating Results to Parents - m5u3a2

Communicating Results to Parents - m5u3a2
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  • Recognize the problem and set a PTC.
  • Uh, oh, There he goes again. He is supposed to work on his worksheet now. I am wondering if his parents are available for PTC.
  • I see you! What are you doing? hahaha
  • What are YOU doing is a better question! Gosh, he is so annoying.
  • Stop distracting me...
  • Hold the PTC.
  • So I would like to talk about...
  • Thank you for letting me know!
  • Provide suggestions and share thoughts with parents.
  • We appreciate your time and care for our child. 
  • When a teacher decided to hole PTC, they need to provide an evidence of student's performance, which could be their report cards, textbooks, portfolios, test scores, behavior observation report, and any kind of work that showed their performance in school. It is important that you build your positive relationship with parents since the beginning of the school year by communication with them and let know about the student's progress. 
  • During the PTC, start off with positive achievements or progress of the student. Despite how well they do at school, a teacher addresses that there are some areas that the student need to work on. A teacher mentions their overall performances in school, following their behavior problems which affect their academic output in a negative manner. A teacher provides enough evidence what is mentioned in the previous cell.
  • At the end of the PTC, a teacher makes sure that they provide proper suggestions which would benefit the student and that the parents are on the same page as the teacher. Ask for parents' opinions and keep your ears open for their perspectives. Make any interventions or remediations to help the student to improve.
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