Promoting Student Learning
Classroom, Collaboration and Relationships
- Classroom management and discipline planning with families.
- Specific classroom management principles for special education students through IEP.
- Establish rules of conduct from the beginning.
- Explain consequences for misbehavior and follow through.
- For more information on classroom management to go: https://www.youthchg.com/
- Get the students involved through action research conducted in their classroom.
- Student collaboration in the learning process with student interests taken into account.
- Students should be active in planning, implementation and assessments.
- Support students to take control of their learning.
- For more information on students relationships go to: http://celt.ust.hk/teaching-resources/action-research or http://www2.gsu.edu/~wwwltc/howto/enablestudentcollab.htm
- Personal approach to learning and greater understanding of students background.
- Problem solving with parents and supporting parents to communicate with each other.
- Commmunicate with parents to share problem-solving approaches.
- Create website to provide families with answers, feedback and important information.
- For more information on family relationships go to: http://www.cde.ca.gov/ls/pf/pf/
- Consultative services for better methods of instruction, behavior management, and specific disabilities.
- Collaborative or cooperative teaching using different models of teaching to help students with and without disabilities.
- Team meetings about student progress and lesson plans.
- Models of collaborative teaching - one teach, one observe and one teach, one drift.
- For more information on teacher collaboration go to: http://www.tooloftheweek.org/collaborationco-teachingmentoring/
- Effective school relationships encourage distinctiveness that guarantee academic accomplishment for each student.
- Apply guidelines for a safe and sound environment intended for promoting student learning.
- Create examples of high-quality work.
- Display students efforts that successfully meet standards and reveal the instructional focal point.
- For more information on school relationships go to: http://www2.ed.gov/pubs/turning/strategy.html
- The principal utilizes community organizations to connect and make the parents and families feel more comfortable.
- Community partnership can help students by getting them involved in the world around them.
- Connect with local services such as social and health services
- Advertise volunteering roles within the school and community.
- For more information on community relationships go to: http://learningforward.org/