Want parents involved at secondary with awesome results for all?
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Research shows that when even a few parents get involved in classes all students in that class benefit!
Here are tasks will get you started. When I first began bringing parents on-board, I was warned that few would come. Soon, I realized that many parents appreciate partnering in their teen’s learning ventures when they are welcomed.
You may assume as some still do, that secondary school parents won’t come.
You’ll be glad to know that’s myth. In fact these materials show just how much secondary, and even university parents will add to your learning circle.
So why do most parents of upper level learners stay away?
Research shows why parents stay away.
When they feel they don’t know enough about the curriculum, when they cannot see value in their offering, or when they feel they’re unwelcome, many parents avoid secondary schools.
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Find in these materials user-ready tasks that welcome parents on board
to help with students’ progress, contribute to an interactive, digital newsletter, Help to chart their children’s progress and make suggestions for growth, and share their suggestions through student-led interviews.
All the best as you learn and lead with parents’ brains more in mind!
Further in these bundled materials --
Find form-filled packet to start an on-going and life-changing dialogue among parents, teens, and teachers!
Find tips that prompt dialogue and see sample responses for journal entries that take only minutes to complete but offer lifetime benefits.
Packet includes five areas for regular input:
Tips to get the most from this resource 3
Poster to inspire interaction with parents 4
Note of Encouragement to send home 5
Sample interest inventory completed by 11th grader 6
Students talent inventory (completed on self) 7
Parents’ talent inventory (completed on teen) 8
Teachers’ talent inventory (completed on students) 9
Further uses of the interest inventories 10
Apply what you learn to improve what you do 11
Two footed questions to spark journal applications 12
Pose what if questions to related to lesson topics 13
Apply lesson ideas beyond class 15
Offer opposing views related to lesson 17
Propose solutions – related to lesson content 19
Parent chart to track interactive responses 21
Student chart to track interactive responses 22
Teacher chart to track interactive responses 23
Involve parents (caregiver) respectfully 24
Create interactive newsletter 25
Chart achievement progress together 26
Interview caregiver ideas on lesson topic 27
Contact me 33
Hopefully these ready-to-roll brain-based materials will benefit your learners and leaders as they do mine at middle, secondary, university levels and beyond.
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All the best as you learn and lead with the brain in mind!
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