Communicating Results to Parents for Kindergarten (M5U3A2)Irene and Lili
Scenario 2Communicating the Test Score Results of a student who is performing below the expected proficiency level.
Scenario 1Communicating the Social skills of a student who has been refusing to follow instructions in class.
BEFORE THE MEETING (FOR BOTH SCENARIOS)Make a list of the class rules, policies and procedures to show the parent.Create and Send a Class Dojo invite to parents to communicate with parents online and a way to keep records of the communication.Organize and sort all the incident records of the child Organize the students graded work and assignments
Hi! Irene, How can I prepare for my PTC?
Hi Lili, Don't worry about it! Here are some suggestions for you to take into consideration before your PTC.
Make a summary of the classroom rules and student's expected behaviour.Explain the specific rule the student is breaking. Show parent's the record of the behaviour incident record.Offer parents a lists of positive behavior workshops. Write down an action plan to address the student's behaviour.
During PTCScenario 1
Lili, Don't stress about talking to parents. Follow these steps and you'll do great.
Parents and Teacher to be on the same page. Have an open communication policy. Teacher will update parents on a regular basis about the student's progress through Class Dojo.Teacher and Parents can plan an informal get together on a regular basis to discuss the progress of the student.
Strategy of building a parent-teacher partnership(For both scenarios)
Get your child's attention.Minimize Distractions.Give directions in a calm and quiet voice.Wait 4-7 minutes before repeating the directions.Ask your child to repeat the direction to check if they understood it.Give directions one at a time.Be specific with the instructions.Use Visual Reminders.