Promoting Student Learning

By: Sonya Love, Idilla Ruffin, Elliott Walker & Andrew Ziray

Overview

This presentation will promote students learning by providing a comprehensive, practical foundation and guide for preparing school personal and families to work together to educators’ students with needs. This will address the roles and responsibilities of all educators while working with families and in their communities. This divide into six sections: the classroom management, teacher collaboration, student’s relationship, family relationship, school relationship and community relationship.

Classroom Management

Classroom management is a method and strategies and educators use to maintain a classroom environment is conductive to student success and learning such as:

· Communicating: create reliable communication channels between school and home to communicate with families about school program and student program.

· Parenting: the goal in working with parent is to enable them to support their children’s education.

· Learning at home: encourage the involvement of families to help their children’s academic learning at home through curriculum relates activities such as homework and goal setting.

School Relationship

School relationship use to establish and maintain a good relationship between home and school:

· Development positive school relationship with students is conductive to higher achievement

· Students are motivated and engaged in learning both in school and in community setting during and after school

· Promote a school climate that is safe, supportive, and respectful and that connect students to a broader learning community

Treat students with respect:

· Acknowledge students accomplishment counselor, and administrator can be counted on.

Community Relationship

School-community support all youth and families:

· Participate in community meeting and asked for volunteer from community organization

· Create formal partnership agreement with clearly defined expectation

· Building collaborate partnership in communities can help bridge the gap.