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emilyhargett

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I can professionally communicate information about a child's development by following the communication techniques explored in discussion 3.1. More specifically, I can have daily documentation of what the child did throughout the day, invite the parents to observe if requested, have parent meetings, and encourage parent involvement in the program. 
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Belindaboston

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Keeping a board that has useful information for parents as well as options for contacting staff about concerns, including
a dropbox. Finding out how and when parents use the information is important as well. I know a mom who is always online at work
but can rarely take a phone call, so emailing her is effective. I have a father who travels for work, so giving him a calendar
and daily texts/pictures via mobile app, helps him feel involved. I think at a minimum, it's important to touch base weekly with
families.

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