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A school open house is a designed for the benefit of all parents as a group, while parent-teacher conferences are a time for individual parents. These two back-to-school occasions serve different purposes for both parents and administration. Parent-Teacher Conferences. Why School Open House Is Important. It is unfortunate but true that the higher the grade, the fewer number of parents show up at Open House and other informational meetings.
Most kindergarten and first grade happenings are well attended by parents. By the time a child has been in school a few years, the parents. Aug 4, 2019 Explore GoTeach2nd & Opulenza Desings ‘s board “Conferences, Open House, Parent Communication”, followed by 447 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Parents as teachers, Beginning of school, Parent teacher conferences.
Explore phjenx’s board “Parent Communication, Conferences, & Open House”, followed by 299 people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Parents as teachers, Parent communication, Beginning of school. The purpose of Open House or Back-to-School Night is to provide a time for parents to meet the teacher and review expectations. It is NOT a time for individual conferences, and you’ll need to make that clear to parents.
Back to School Night – Open House!! Brochure information about reading, parent/teacher conference sign ups, a “How to Help Your Child at Home” reading paper and then the big one – the Parent Resource Center. I plan to put it back out at conferences to parents can replenish if needed. Technology is upending the traditional parent-teacher conference, says Lisa Fulton, a school counselor at Elco Middle School in Myerstown, Pennsylvania, and the president of the Pennsylvania School Counselors Association. In her school, parents can email or even text teachers and use the web to schedule conferences.
8. Use an Integrated Presentation – Open Houses often involve PowerPoint presentations. Try mixing it up a bit by using the presentation not only to go over the curriculum and classroom rules, but also to celebrate what makes each child unique and to showcase the great time kids are having in school. Open houses occur sometime during the first few weeks of the school year and are an opportunity for parents to get to know you and their child’s academic program. Open houses, back-to-school night, and meet-the-teacher night provide parents with an “inside look” into the daily activities and occurrences of your classroom. Parent Involvement is a key factor in having a successful school year.
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