A delicate subject par excellence in the field of education, the delivery of the report card sometimes represents a communication challenge between teachers and parents, and even between parents and their children. Here are some things to consider.
After unveiling the results of a survey about coeducation conducted in France recently, Editions Nathan brought together parents and teachers in a round table to discuss concrete coeducation actions that they have put in place to strengthen the school-family bond. We present to you a summary of the discussions.
Editions Nathan unveiled the results of a major survey conducted in France on coeducation. It emerges that the definition of parent-teacher co-education is not the same on both sides. Nevertheless, a consensus emerges: "We must find ways of doing things together".
At the start of the school year, it is important to take the time to lay the foundations for the parent-teacher relationship so that it remains solid throughout the coming months. The quality of communications and information shared between school and family can make a difference to the well-being and success of students.
Beyond all the inconveniences associated with the pandemic, it is important to stop for a moment and take a look at the road traveled since March 2020, to consider the rest with optimism. There are gains that will benefit from being maintained once the sanitary measures are lifted.
On May 28, the Federation of Quebec Parents' Committees (FCPQ) presented the festive digital meeting. During this evening, Stéphanie Dionne, from École branchée, was invited to name 3 success stories from the education community in this very special year.
For a year, Justine Gosselin-Gagné and her team from the University of Quebec at Montreal were able to integrate the daily life of two elementary schools in Montreal in order to identify the practices and attitudes of different staff members who aim to create a link inclusive with the families of the students.
As online teaching and learning continues for longer than expected, it is important to remember the importance of knowing how to communicate your observations in order to make the necessary adjustments for student well-being and success.