Communicating Results to Parents

Communicating Results to Parents
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  • 1. Hello Mrs. Smith! it is very nice to see you! The test score sheets with a growth chart were sent home to parents. I hope you got that! If you noticed the test scores are for the 1st semester.
  • Ms. Kay's First Grade!
  • 3. Mrs. Smith! I am blessed to have Ben in my class! Ben is a very smart student who uses a higher level of thinking when it comes to solving difficult problems. He went 2 levels up in reading. Ben made a lot of friends and he loves being in school.
  • 2. Hi Ms. Kay! It is very nice to see you! I would like to know how Ben is doing?
  • 4. Yes! I got the test results but was unable to interpret them! is everything okay? Is Ben doing good in school?
  • 5. Ms. Kay: Let's look at the test results. This is a raw test score. Benjamin scored 50% out of 100% on the math test. Reading was 65% and writing 70%. How do you think we can help him improve in those areas. Mrs. Smith, I need your help so you can support him at home and I am in school. Let's set up goals for Ben and help him achieve them.
  • 6. What can I do to help Ben? 
  • 7. Mrs. Smith, we use various apps to help our students to improve in reading, writing, math, and other subjects. If you could make sure that he uses those apps at home for extra support! Thank you!
  • Ms. Kay, a first grade teacher sets up the meeting with Ben's mother Mrs. Smith.
  • 8. Ben loves playing on his computer. He loves putting his "Lego" together. Oh, and he loves comic!
  • 7. Mrs. Smith, let's think about in what ways he enjoys learning? What does Ben like to do? And align those aspects with his behavior and academic needs.
  • Ms. Kay discusses and interprets the test results to Mrs. Smith.
  • 10. I can reinforce that at home! 
  • 9. Awesome! Ben can work on reading and math on his computer. And we can use a comic format to help him write more.
  • Ms. Kay and Mrs. Smith communicate common goals that are beneficial for Ben.
  • 12. Thank you, Ms. Kay, for your help and support! 
  • 13. Without your input Mrs. Smith I do not think I would be able to help. I appreciate your participation in today's meeting. Together we can help Ben to succeed academically. 
  • 11. Mrs. Smith, Ben is a smart boy! He can be successful in all subjects if he wants to.
  • Ms. Kay and Mrs. Smith are collaborating through equal-decision making processes.
  • Both Ms. Kay and Mrs. Smith working on enriching learning experiences for Ben.
  • Ms. Kay and Mrs. Smith appreciate each other's input and collaboration.
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