parents daily to participate and always try to provide opportunities for them

Parents daily to participate and always try to

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parents daily to participate and always try to provide opportunities for them to get involve and participate. This year I had a parent come in and assist some students with math. He was able to not only work with his child but also work with other students who were struggling with math. I posted it on my ClassDojo and which has motivated other parents to participate. 4. What advice do you have for new teachers to get parents involved in their child’s education and classroom? My advice is to always be open, available, and interpersonal. Parents just need reassuring they are needed and wanted in their child’s learning environment therefore as a new teacher in the beginning of the year provide numerous ways to communicate. Send invitations for them to come visit, provide activities that involve parents to come in and work with their children to encourage them to be more active in their child’s classroom instead of just at home. 5.What difficulties do parents face when participating in their child’s education?
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parents and the parents that are involved, I noticed that those students develop higher levels of social skills, academically and through out the classroom. They are my stronger students to be exact. I don’t believe that there are too many hard situations other than not being able to be there parents face when participating in their child’s classroom. I do believe that if the parent is doing their child’s work and giving them answers other than helping them find strategies and techniques then the child will be more dependent on them and lack critical thinking skills however I do not feel that there are any challenges for parents participating in the child’s education. After the interview and my studies within the text I learned that most effective teachers collaborate with other teachers and parents to meet the needs of their students. I learned that Working in a collegial manner with your fellow professionals to improve the environment for learning is one aspect of teacher empowerment in which the concept of efficacy is moved up one level to collective action, rather than referring only to individual excellence (Orlich, Harder, Trevisan, Brown, & Miller, 2018). Therefore, I look forward to working with other professionals
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