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SophiaVanG

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You have to make sure to work with the parents the best you can on how to make sure they are still just as involved while they are away at work, school, etc. For example, if the child needs to work on a behavioral aspect, contact the parent or write down notes and at the end of the day have a discussion with the child's parent on how the day went and what needs to be worked on. If they did something kind, for example, being a teacher helper, making sure to clean up after themselves, make sure to write down notes on how great their behavior was and give it to the parent at the end of day.
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It is important to connect with your students families on both negative and positive aspects of their students development. If a student is struggling in an area it is significant to both the child's success and the parents comfort that you share this information with them. You can then make a plan moving forward to help support your student both at school and at home. If a student is showing an advancement in their developmental growth it is important to share this with parents and determine if this means the student will need new challenges throughout the day. 
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Strengthing family bonds is crucial to their child's success. To improve those bonds I would provide resources to the families that would require encouragment and communication from all family members involved such as a spelling bee, the child would be expanding their knowledge of both large and small words while the parents would need to think of creative ways to help their child remember the spelling of certain words. For example, the parents could spell out large household items on a note card and place it on that item such a wardrobe or a refrigerator and once the child is able to spell out the word the parents would offer positive encouragement creating a nice bond between that child and the parents.
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We have to make sure that we are supporting family, not only a child. They could be in a first time situation when they rise a child. We need to help them to get idea of what parents should do in that situation. Some parents have knowledge about it but some might does not, because they are not educated. Understands each children's background and families is important steps to help each family.
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