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Parent-Teacher Relationships

What role can parents have at home and school to better support their child for successful education?

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Inquiry Presentation 1
OVERARCHING QUESTION: What resources are available to increase
positive mind states to prepare students better for learning?
GOVERNANCE QUESTION: What role can parents have at home and school
to better prepare their child for successful education?
Agenda
• Theories of Motivation and Relevant Definitions
• Parents and Child-Rearing Factors that Influence Student Success
• BC Curriculum and BCTF Regulations
• Challenges Facing Parents
• How to Involve Parents
• Questions that Arose and Interesting Findings
Theories of Motivation and Other Definitions
Theories of Motivation
Self-Determination
Theory
• Developmental outcome depend
on social and environmental
factors
• Intrinsic motivation: drive to
engage in behaviour because it
is intrinsically rewarding
• Identified regulation-
knowledge: motivated by
understanding the underlying
value of an activity
• External motivation: drive to
engage in behaviour comes
from outer sources
• Introjected regulation:
internalization of pressures,
feelings of shame
Achievement Goal
Orientation Theory
• Achievement goals: underlying
purposes learners try to
accomplish (mastery,
performance-approach,
performance-avoidance)
• Mastery orientation: to develop
competence and improve skills
• Performance-approach
orientation: to demonstrate
competence
• Performance-avoidance
orientation: avoid showing
incompetence
Other Important
Terms
• Self-Efficacy: hold firm
convictions of ability to learn
and to perform tasks at desired
levels
• Theory of optimal social
distance: ideal closeness of
relationship between teacher
and parent
Parenting and Teaching Influence Student Success
Parent Influence on Motivation Orientation
Positive Influence
• Promote autonomous motivations
including intrinsic motivations and
identified regulations
• Emphasizing mastery goals
• Minimized pressure and motivations
that increase autonomy
Detrimental Influence
• Promoting controlling factors
including valuing obedience and
conformity and solving their child's
problems
• Emphasizing performance-avoidance
• Causing pressure or motivations that
decrease autonomy

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Parent-Teacher Relationships

  • 1. Inquiry Presentation 1 OVERARCHING QUESTION: What resources are available to increase positive mind states to prepare students better for learning? GOVERNANCE QUESTION: What role can parents have at home and school to better prepare their child for successful education?
  • 2. Agenda • Theories of Motivation and Relevant Definitions • Parents and Child-Rearing Factors that Influence Student Success • BC Curriculum and BCTF Regulations • Challenges Facing Parents • How to Involve Parents • Questions that Arose and Interesting Findings
  • 3. Theories of Motivation and Other Definitions
  • 4. Theories of Motivation Self-Determination Theory • Developmental outcome depend on social and environmental factors • Intrinsic motivation: drive to engage in behaviour because it is intrinsically rewarding • Identified regulation- knowledge: motivated by understanding the underlying value of an activity • External motivation: drive to engage in behaviour comes from outer sources • Introjected regulation: internalization of pressures, feelings of shame Achievement Goal Orientation Theory • Achievement goals: underlying purposes learners try to accomplish (mastery, performance-approach, performance-avoidance) • Mastery orientation: to develop competence and improve skills • Performance-approach orientation: to demonstrate competence • Performance-avoidance orientation: avoid showing incompetence Other Important Terms • Self-Efficacy: hold firm convictions of ability to learn and to perform tasks at desired levels • Theory of optimal social distance: ideal closeness of relationship between teacher and parent
  • 5. Parenting and Teaching Influence Student Success
  • 6. Parent Influence on Motivation Orientation Positive Influence • Promote autonomous motivations including intrinsic motivations and identified regulations • Emphasizing mastery goals • Minimized pressure and motivations that increase autonomy Detrimental Influence • Promoting controlling factors including valuing obedience and conformity and solving their child's problems • Emphasizing performance-avoidance • Causing pressure or motivations that decrease autonomy
  • 7. Parents yield children with positive self-perception and academic motivation with: • Warmth • Autonomy • Reinforcement of achievement behaviour • Involvement in child's learning and school/classroom related activities Parents yield performance- oriented goal children if they: • Stress ability (test scores) • Relative standing compared with others • Gifted students more likely to have dysfunctional perfectionism • Less likely to ask for help because it is admitting failure Parent Influence on Motivation Orientation
  • 8. Ethnic Consideration on Motivation • Though performance-approach isn't ideal for Americans, it's link with parental affection in Korean students is interpreted by students as positive • Korean families generally emphasize mastery goals because parents view school as interdependent goals with the family • Chinese parents are reported as more controlling, and students see teachers as less strict than parents • Asian-American students show higher motivation and engagement when task is chosen by parents • Although Asian parents exert more control, this does not take away from the autonomy felt by their children
  • 9. Cultural Transmission According to Class Middle Class • Allow children to negotiate and assert themselves • Parents intervene for children • Children will seek out resources or alternatives to situation • After being coached by parents, they see the benefits and continue asking for help • Since they ask for help, they often finish quickly and more accurately Working Class • Emphasize obedience and deference to authority • Parents protect how family is perceived • Children will accept punishment without excuses • Taught not to "complain" which translates to not self- advocating • They begin to see benefits of working hard and potential negative consequences of voicing needs (social and academic) • Harder for teachers to notice as needing help(e.g. Don't raise hands), therefore take longer on assignments and do them incorrectly • Sometimes solve problem on their own – feel proud and develop strategies for pushing through • Could be beneficial in college/university
  • 10. Heritage Histories • Students and parents notice and appreciate when their heritage history is included in lessons • Believe it would decrease discrimination • Better appreciation of peers of challenges immigrants face and of current state in other countries • Hope it will decrease repeats of tragic historical events • Teacher role: • Easy if mandated in curriculum • Availability of resources • Faced with challenge of including it if it's outside curriculum, extent of doing so, perceptions of not spending enough time, time constraints • Can invite community members (parents) in for discussions and assign interviews to students to interview parents and bring in personal connections
  • 11. LGBT Themes • Teachers often exclude these due to worries of parent reaction • Possible responses to parents • High LGBT suicide rate, bullying, crime against • Invisibility of LGBT people and culture in mainstream society and curriculum • Teaches love associated with all families, respect, tolerance. Acceptance, gay civil rights movement and leaders, love for diversity, pluralism and multiculturalism • Provides safe learning environment • Helps students identify stereotypes and misconceptions, and to develop skills to counteract prejudice and unfair treatment • Children's literature helps build positive discussions and responses • Encourage parent volunteers
  • 12. BC Curriculum and BCTF Regulations
  • 13. BCTF Advancement to LGBT Rights • 2002 Surrey School Board had banned children's literature with same-sex parents, Supreme Court ruled this ban was wrong because these books promote tolerance • 2007 all Canadian school boards have responsibility to protect all students against homophobic bullying (whether student is gay or not) • Bill 64 people can bring forth complaints of discrimination, but dismantled BC Human Rights which had included responsibility to promote public awareness of human rights, advance research, and educational programs and address systematic discrimination
  • 14. BC Curriculum History • Key turning points of change • No specific requirements for what's included in history LGBT • Mentions LGBTQ rights in human rights section of government • Sexual identity, gender (identity) • Inequality issues, discrimination, stereotyping • healthy relationships, family
  • 15. BCED Reporting Student Progress • Entire manual on reporting feedback • Some new findings: • Reporting on DPA • Letter grade "I" – "F" can only be assigned after an "I" has been given or if failed provincially examinable course • Sets out roles and responsibilities of ministry, school board, admin, and teachers
  • 17. Barriers to Parent-Provider Relationships • Time constraints and problem-focused meetings, or only talking about grades • Negative provider perception of parents • Not trained in parental relationships • Less positive view of anxious parents • Theory of optimal social distance • Teacher turnover and transitions • Less communication with parents of children with difficult temperament • Parents concern that their own problems will come up in meeting (e.g. Money) • Parents don't want to hear about child's problems or to share this with 3rd parties Parent-provider relationships are linked to parents' satisfaction with services, parent involvement, parental self- efficacy beliefs, quality of parent-child relationships, and indicators of children's emotional well-being, social skills, problem solving, and academic skills.
  • 18. • Reexamine transitioning between classrooms every year • Training programs for teachers on relationships with parents • Schedule meetings outside business hours • Printed visual announcements and social media to inform about school activities • Teachers should praise students for success, not just about grades • Teachers should inform parents that they can learn what they can do for child's education during school meetings • Teachers should use easily understandable language • Talk about the situation rather than the child to reduce parents from feeling they only hear about grades or bad things about child Recommendations for Parent-Provider Relationships and Providing Feedback to Parents
  • 19. How to Involve Parents
  • 21. Writing Partnerships Benefits of Parent Support in Writing • Helping children see value of writing in their lives • Reading and helping children edit rough drafts • Sparks conversation in responding to ideas of student • Connections between school and community Potential Challenges • Language barriers • Low literacy in parents • Perspectives of school (especially First Nations) • Parents who do the work for child • Parents focus on spelling/grammar instead of ideas Recommendations for Involving Parents • Communicate assignments and rubric to parents • Offer peer-tutoring for students whose parents aren't as enthusiastic • Encourage parents to have students write letters or emails to relatives • Have students write letter to parents and parents write back • Rotate between self, teacher, peer, and parent editing • Homework to do with parents (e.g. Writing about a tv show, generate 10 exciting words) • Create colour for parent to always edit in • Other community resources: - Author visits - young authors conferences/workshop - Writing contests - letters to the editor - Poems/stories for special occasions and submit to newspaper - Student anthologies as fundraiser, community cookbook - Local filmmaker or theatre groups to visit class - Community context (e.g. Different creation stories from First Nations, different terminology on east coast)
  • 22. Other Ways to Involve Parents • Write personal letter welcoming students before school year starts • Postcards throughout year to parents, celebrating their child • Parent sign up at beginning of year • At Home – sign up for making centres • At School – come in to help in class • Special Occasions – field trips, parties, etc. • Parent Interest Survey – get to know parents, get to know their specialties, if their occupation would be interesting to come in as guest speaker • Don't start volunteers until a couple weeks in so you can establish classroom culture first
  • 23. • Would parent anxiety training be helpful for parents? • What teacher training would be beneficial to parental relationships? • Why don't teachers/society know more about recognizing Holocaust Memorial Day, what other days exist that we ignore that would be beneficial to students? Questions that Arose and Interesting Findings
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