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Unformatted text preview: Individual Student Study Template- Part 5: Home and Cultural Influences DUE BY END OF WEEK 6 Goals for Student Growth 1. Based on your learning in Week 6, identify one or two academic and/or behavioral goals for the student related to home and cultural influence. Goal 1: Discuss contents of behavior folder with her family each week after school (discuss proactive ways DL can be more successful and what I can do to assist in this process) Goal 2: Increase student-led conferences (at least 3 before the end of the year) Plan of Action 1. Describe your plan for your home visit. Include steps for implementing this plan. - On Thursday April 27th, 2017, contact DL's mother via text and a phone call to discuss a home visit -- [Planned visitation date: May 5th, 2017 for 45 minutes] - Prepare a series of questions for the home-visit surrounding DL's personal and academic goals, as well as, DL's family goals for her by May 1st, 2017 - Send out reminders on May 1st, 3rd, and 4th - Bring a small gift to celebrate DLs behavior improvements - Prepare Thank You Note(s) - Discuss follow-up dates with the her family (if applicable) Johns Hopkins University School of Education Individual Student Study Template- Part 5: Home and Cultural Influences © 2012 Laureate Education Inc. All rights reserved. Updated August 2016 2. Describe the impact you expect this plan to have on the student’s academic and/or social competence. The purpose of this home-visit is to continue to build a relationship with DLs family, discuss academic progress, and celebrate her small successes. I think that if DL is able to lead the conferences with her family, it will uphold the self-responsibility that we have been building up. Getting to know DL's family allows for me to gain a better understanding of her home life. Thus opening the door for a better relationship between myself and DL. Using her Behavior Folder, I will note her behavior and academic progress before and after the visit. I am hoping that both her behavior and academics will be positively impacted. I also have high hopes that her family will feel invested enough to take an active role in improving her education. New York State Parental Information and Resource Center. (2009). Home visiting for teachers. Retrieved from Visits for Teachers.pdf Johns Hopkins University School of Education Individual Student Study Template- Part 1: Motivation and Mindset © 2012 Laureate Education Inc. All rights reserved. Updated August 2016 2 Reflection on Implementation (Complete this section only if you chose to implement this part of your Individual Student Study.) Write a reflection on what worked well during your home visit and the results you achieved in terms of impact on the student’s academic and/or social competence. Also, describe what you could do differently in your planning and/or implementation to have an even greater impact. Johns Hopkins University School of Education Individual Student Study Template- Part 1: Motivation and Mindset © 2012 Laureate Education Inc. All rights reserved. Updated August 2016 3 ...
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