1. PARENT INVOLVEMENT
HOW TO HELP THE PARENTS
GET INVOLVE IN THEIR CHILD'S
PROFESSOR: ANGELA O'BRYAN
2. SCHOOL CONNECTION
• The teacher gives the parent some home activities to do with
their child. It can be something that they are learning in
• Parents who gets involve in the child's classroom learns how
their child thinking and problem solve. They also learn the
• "Parents who are involved in their child's education creates a
connection between home and school (Peck, Andrea)."
4. WHAT THE PARENT LEARN WHEN THEY GET
INVOLVED IN THEIR CHILD'S EDUCATION?
• Parent-School communication
• "Involvement measures also survey how parents support the
school in the home such as offering assistance with homework
and projects, and encouragement for sports and activities
(Ryan, David B.)."
• Parents who goes on field trips with their child. They learn how
to control a group of children with the help of the teacher.
5. INDIVIDUAL NEEDS
• A teacher who works with each students individually.
• Parents and teacher does not judge each child.
• A caring teacher looks for ways to help the student learn the
6. HOW TO HELP MY CHILD SUCCEED IN
• Parents stay involved with the child's teacher. The teacher is
okay if the parents contact the teacher with any questions they
• Parents should not talk negatively about the teacher and the
• Ask the children about their day at school. We should
encourage our children to talked about their day.
• Teach your children to be responsibility and to take action
about their school work.
• Help your child with homework every day.
7. PARENTS VOLUNTEER IN SCHOOLS
• "Parental involvement in school, and positive parent-teacher
interactions, have also been found to positively affect teachers’
self-perception and job satisfaction (1994)."
• Student performs better in school when their parents are
• Parents volunteer forms a relationship with the child's teacher.
• Helping the teacher out when he/she does not understand the
8. Parents should get
involved every year. The
child knows when their
parents help the school
"In this complex world, it takes more than a good school to educate
children. And it takes more than a good home. It takes these two
major educational institutions working together."
Dorothy Rich, author of MegaSkills®
9. FAMILIES COMMUNICATION
The school will communicate to all the families telling them how
they can get involved. They will also explains about school
programs and student progress. The teacher will tell the parents
to help the student with homework and to encourage learning
activities. The child's school will be open to new ideas and will
always listen to the families.
Peck, Andrea. "Parent Involvement in a Schools." June 12,
Ryan, David B. "Theories on Parental Involvement." August 22, 2015
Zill, N. and Nord, C.W. "Running in Place: How American families are
faring in changing economy and individualistic
society." 1994. Washington D.C. Child Trends