Using the Family-Teacher Perspectives Reframing Activity, you will evaluate each situation and complete each of the columns identifying the Teacher’s Perspective, the Family Perspective. Then, in the final column, you will detail how you as the teacher would work to resolve the differences in perspectives. When writing your perspectives statement, you should consider a child’s developmental stages related to the age provided. The resources below will help you develop your resolution.
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Your assignment submission will be evaluated using this rubric:
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Your perspective and resolution statements should be clear and obviously related to the scenario. Spelling, grammar, and punctuation will be also evaluated.
In order to successfully complete this assignment, you will need to utilize all resources.
Writing Assignment Guidelines (opens in a new window)
On Our Minds: At Risk and Special Needs Forum (opens in a new window)
Talking to families of infants and toddlers about developmental delays. (2019, January) Reprinted from Young Children (January 2010). Retrieved April 17, 2019.
Tips for Child Care Providers to Communicate with Parents Their Concerns About a Child’s Development (opens in a new window)
Extensions: A Part of the Cooperative Extension System (2015, September 28). Retrieved on 17 April 2019.
How to Communicate with Parents (opens in a new window)
How to Communicate with Parents. (n.d.). Retrieved from https://www.zerotothree.org/resources/92-how-to-communicate-with-parents.
Promoting Family Engagement: Communicating with Families (opens in a new window)
Virtual Lab School. Retrieved on 17 April 2019.
Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACES) (opens in a new window)
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
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