eventbrite PartnershipWithParents

Building Better Partnerships with Parents

for all teachers

Date: 27 July 2017 Thursday

Time: 9:30AM - 1PM

Location: Melbourne CBD - details to be confirmed

Limited spots available - Early Bird: $85 General: $120

Morning Tea provided

Certificate will be provided for PD training hours.

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Workshop Overview

To skill teachers on how best they can build a positive relationship with parents of students with specific learning difficulties.

Schools, teachers and parents are busy and there are ways a teacher can work with parents that will produce the best outcome for each child’s learning in the school setting. Teachers will also learn about the importance of supporting themselves through this journey. Through supporting parents a school can improve outcomes for both students and teachers.

Why is it needed? Schools, teachers and parents are busy and there are ways a teacher can work with parents that will produce the best outcome for each child’s learning in the school setting. Teachers will also learn about the importance of supporting themselves through this journey. Through supporting parents a school can improve outcomes for both students and teachers.

What is covered?

  • How a parent’s experience of school can impact on their child’s experience.

  • How you can support a parent to identify a Specific Learning Difficulty such as dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyspraxia.

  • How the school can support parents to identify a Specific Learning Difficulty such as dyslexia, dyscalculia or dyspraxia.

  • How to share information about a child’s schooling with parents.

  • How to talk to parents about specific learning difficulties.

  • How to get involved in planning, monitoring and measuring each child’s progress.

Understanding how a child’s needs will change throughout the school journey including how to support a child at each stage.

 

Presenter:

Tessa Calder

Tessa Calder, is an experienced teacher in the Victorian Government school sector. She is the former Principal of Highton Primary (a school that is involved in the Inclusion Support Program) who now works as a mentor and coach for new principals, teachers and pre-service teachers. Having worked as a teacher since 1985, Tessa is well placed to guide parents in how to navigate the school environment and build a strong relationship with your child’s teacher and school.

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