Ms. Woods is meeting the Barkley family to discuss Edward's performance on a recent assessment. In addition, his behavior in the class. Ms. Woods will introduce a homework plan to help him get on track for quarter 2.
Ms. W: Good evening, we are here to discuss Edward. He has positive interactions with his peers, but I am concerned about his performance. Mrs. Barkley: Edward says he does not have homework. Why don't you send homework? Ms. W: Thank you for expressing that concern. Each Monday they get a homework packet and it should be submitted on Friday.
Mr. B: I have signed one homework, but I did not see any more this quarter. Ms. W: That is great he did the one. It is important he becomes more consistent. The homework is to support and reinforce classwork. This all ties into the assessments. Let's look at his data to see where he needs the most support.