A clear and concise 24-slide PowerPoint
designed to be used forParents Night
to introduce yourself, list course topics, describe overarching themes, outline unit topics, and communicate all other basic class policies such as grading, shared documents, homework calendar, homework policy, and important upcoming dates.
Clear and Concise
I have used this PowerPoint presentation for several years and for multiple subjects. It has been modified over time to be as succinct and coherent as possible, useful for a wide range of ages and classes with little change necessary. It is designed to be bright, simple, and short!
It is a good way to quickly introduce general course topics and class policies, leaving you valuable time to answer parent questions.
This PPT includes all my main talking points when I present to the parents of my middle school physical science students. However, each slide is fully editable
by changing what is in the text boxes so that you can customize to suit your needs. In addition, the small number of images are not embedded in each slide, so they can be modified, as well.
- Welcome page (with pertinent contact information)
- About Me
- Main course topics (per semester)
- Overarching themes
- Specific units of study (which I introduce by a key question, not a boring summary)
- Grading policy
- Class resources (and where available online)
- Class calendar (and where available online)
- Homework policy
- Important upcoming dates
- Any questions
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