posted by Anonymous .
1) T/F. Although there are many benefits in parents and teachers working together, research shows no change in children's learning when parents are involved.
2) T/F. An appropriate approach to the initial conference at the beginning of the school year would be a questionnaire so that the teacher can become well acquainted with the child and the child's family.
3) T/F. Assessment information should be used at parent-teacher conferences to confirm the child's abilities and achievements and provide proof of the child's developmental level.
4) Assessment of the children's development
I. is the process of determining the degree to which children's individual needs are being met.
II. is of importance in planning what will be taught and how it will be accomplished.
III. does not take into account each child's cultural background, needs, and interest.
IV. should be shared with parents.
V. should consider multiple sources of data across time.
A- All of the above
B- I, II, IV, V
C- I, III, V
D- II, III, IV
I just need help better understanding these questions.
1. Do parents influence kids' education?
2. A questionnaire about the family would be useful at the first parent-teacher conference of the year.
3. Assessment information should be shared at parent-teacher conferences.
4. Which of those statements describes assessment of children's development?
The first three answers are right. 4 is wrong.
is 4- A?
No. Check your text, but please don't post this question again.