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  • Ch 6 STUDY GUIDE<br />
    • Define communication. How does communication involve speaking, listening, reflection of feeling, and interpretation? Discuss how the message is decoded, and filtered through values and past experiences.
    • What are some of the forms of one-way communication? List pros and cons. What are some forms of two-way communication? Why is two-way communication essential?
    • What roadblocks to communication do parents create?
    • What are some of the roadblocks posed by schools?
    • Listening is essential for good communication. What are steps that will help you listen better?
    • What makes a response open? What makes it closed?
    • Describe reflective listening. What are the three steps to reflective listening?
    • Describe rephrasing. What positive effects can result from rephrasing?
    • Describe reframing. How can misunderstandings be avoided through the use of reframing?
    • What are Parent Effectiveness Training (P.E.T.), Active Parenting, and the Systematic Training for Effective Parenting (STEP) programs?
    • Describe effective communication during parent-teacher conferences. Why is it important to use understandable language? What are some questions that parents might want to ask during a parent-teacher conference? How would you prepare for parent-teacher conferences? What materials would you collect?
    • What are the five stages to improve parent-teacher conferences?