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  • How can we share the test results with parents and build a parent-teacher partnership?
  • What do we need to pay attention to in this situation?
  • Be positive.
  • Communicating test score results of a student who is performing below the expected proficiency level
  • Focus on improvement methods
  • It's a sensitive meeting, no one is happy here. So, you'd better pay more attention on following thing.
  • Suggest what parents can do outside classroom.
  • ● Talk about the kid’s progress.● Give honest but constructive feedback on assessment outcomes.● Treat each other as integral parts of the planning and decision making team.
  • Provide ideas to parents on how they can improve their child's literacy skills at home
  • ● Tell parents your teaching plan for the kid.● Encourage and maintain regular interaction between the school and families.● Ask parents to set One Small Goal that can be achieved every day to support their child grow and set up a procedure for follow up.
  • ● Suggest activities to do at home to help improve their child’s understanding of schoolwork. ● Point out academic strengths and weaknesses and how they can help address areas of concern outside of the classroom - particularly if assessment results point to specific things they can do.
  • ● Encourage them to have a quiet, comfortable place for their child to study at home, help them understand the importance of providing books and magazines for their child to read at home. ● Suggest them read to the kids, listen to the child read, and make reading a regular activity at home.
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