Parent Teacher Conference: Student Needs to be Challenged

Parent Teacher Conference: Student Needs to be Challenged

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The social skills or conduct of a student who has been misbehaving in class.

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  • Oh, that is wonderful! I really like that idea. Jenny does learn best through hands on activities. I think it will help her to learn when it is appropriate to answer questions and hopefully teach her not to blurt out in class.
  • Welcome to parent teacher conferences!
  • Hi Mrs. Adams, thanks for coming today. Jenny is doing well in math and ELA.  Overall, her grades are great, and she is on or above grade level in all areas! This is exactly where I like my students to be at!
  • Good, I would like for her to be challenged.  Her last teacher didn't give her enough challenges and out of boredom, she became disruptive. I do not want a repeat of last year.   
  • This sounds great. So, Jenny will be designing her own scenarios through pictures and words to demonstrate what can happen when students interrupt in class? How creative and innovative!
  • She has exhibited disruptive behavior in my class.  One of the social skills that we work on is listening when others are speaking and not blurting out the answers.  While Jenny knows most of the answers, she tends to blurt out before others have a chance to speak, or she will interrupt them while they are speaking.
  • Well, unfortunately, I think it is because she isn't being challenged enough. Jenny is a very curious little six year old. She enjoys reading and math!
  • The philosophy in my classroom is to challenge all students,  I differentiate lessons based on skill level.  I would like to work with Jenny using story boards to model speaking and listening.  I think she would really enjoy this activity and understand why it is important to let others have a turn.
  • Excellent! I am so glad we are on the same page with Jenny. She is truly a bright student. What I will do, is have Jenny work on Story Boards during silent reading time; therefore, she is not missing any class instruction.  Hopefully, this will keep her engaged.
  • I am so happy we could come up with a plan for Jenny. You could also have Jenny create Story Boards at home, as well. I will be following up with you next month, and we can see how this tactic has helped Jenny be more challenged and work on social skills.
  • Thank you so much Mr. Franklin. I can tell this is going to be a great year for Jenny! We will touch base in a month.
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