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  1. Where I’ve Been and Where I’m Going To Tiffany Alexander

  2. Habit of Mind: Collaboration Strength 11th Grade Biology • DList the goals for the open house: • To help parents understand the work their child will be doing throughout the school year. • To explain your expectations of their child. • To share information about how parents can support their child’s learning.

  3. Habit of Mind: Integrity Weakness 9th Grade Spanish 1

  4. 21st Century Skill: Use of Technology Strength 10th Grade: PLTW

  5. 21st Century Skill: Initiative Weakness 12th Grade: English 12 • Didn’t come to office hours • Didn’t ask for help • Didn’t go above the curriculum How do I plan on making this my strength in the future? • Going to office hours • Going above,

  6. How I will make initiative my strength?

  7. Reflection • Explain the behavior you expect in your classroom. • Your class rules might include: • Be respectful. • Be responsible. • Follow directions. • Be punctual. • Be organized. • Be a self-starter. • Be prepared.

  8. School Policies • Explain how the school addresses academic and behavioral problems. • Outline the school's policies regarding tardiness, absence, and discipline. • Provide policy information about: • School cancellations for bad weather and other reasons. • Emergency procedures. • Transportation. • After-school activities. • Volunteering.

  9. Get Involved! List opportunities for parents to become involved in volunteer programs, advisory councils, and the PTA. Provide sign-up sheets for parents who are interested in helping to plan parties or special projects for your class.

  10. Questions? • Take questions from parents. • Ask parents to fill out a questionnaire about their child. • Have them describe areas in which they would like to see their child improve. • Have them describe their child's personality, interests, and talents.

  11. Handouts • Translate handouts for parents for whom English is a second language. • Handouts might include: • A list of school phone numbers, e-mail addresses, and Web site addresses. • Copies of classroom and school policies. • A list of materials that children will need for class.