How the resource teacher communicate learners assessment result and grades to parents?
.The resource teacher can communicate to parents through direct mail and email. The resource teacher can also communicate through parent-teacher conferences
You have to communicate about the child but how you do that communication is up to you. You do not have to meet in person or even pick the child up yourself. It is beneficial for the child to see the parents get along though and this should be your goal. It is not acceptable for a parent to miss important information because the parents can not communicate.
A teenager should have a phone because: they need to communicate with their friends they need to communicate with parents parents need to communicate with them friends need to communicate with them in case of an emergency if there bored instead of complaining they can play games they can look up good information for school work its good responsibility they can download free communication apps so it wont cost a fortune and its natural for…
Are parents' attitudes towards solving teenagers' problems crucial determinants to teenagers' personalithy development?
The first stage in implementing portfolio assessment is to identify teaching goals. Next stage is to introduce the idea of portfolio assessment and provide examples. Then, a specification of portfolio content should be done. The fourth stage is to give clear and detailed guidelines on how to present the portfolio. The fifth stage is to inform school officials, parents, and other stakeholders about the portfolio assessment. Last but not the least, is the development of…
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"Parent" is a countable noun. Most often used in the plural "parents". So you might say "In addition to the children, six parents were present at the party". Countable and uncountable nouns are indicated in good dictionaries for people who are not native speakers of English. A good dictionary for learners is the "Oxford Advanced Learner's Dictionary".