Chapter 11 Project:
Chapter 5 Project:
Below is a PDF document with my welcome to school letter for students and parents and my Google form.
Chapter 6 Project:
The school I was placed in, Baltic School District in South Dakota, reorganized and redesigned their school website this year. One thing I really liked was that they now have a page with button links to all teachers webpages or documents that contain their lesson plans. I like this because it is easily accessible, right on the school website and everything is all in one place. This is especially useful for high school students with more than one teacher or for families with more than one child in school. The are able to easily find all of the teachers webpages they need all in the same place. Here is a link to the site. (There is a lot of COVID-19 information at the top, scroll to the bottom to find the links)
I also really like my cooperating teacher's website. He includes his headshot, schedule, an inspiring quote, and some links to different classes and activities he has been involved with over the years. He also has a link to a page where he posts his lesson plans weekly throughout the year. Here is the link.
Here is a button link that will take you to my parent-teacher conference sign up sheet.
Below is the brochure I made for parents that will give them more information on what our conference will be like.
Ways to Reach Parents
- Daily Log
- Facebook and Twitter
- Denial- parents deny the existence of the child’s disability
- Projection of Blame- parents blame the situation on someone/something else
- Fear- parents may have suspicions or false information that leads to anxiety and fear
- Guilt- parents feel that they should have done something differently to prevent these circumstances
- Grief- parents who have not been able to accept their child’s disability become grief stricken
- Withdrawal- withdrawing to collect oneself is a healthy response, but when it leads to isolation and shunning of others intervention may be necessary
- Rejection- rejecting the child, could be subtle and inward, or hostile and aggressive
- Acceptance- parents accept that the child has a disability