RESPONSIBILITIES OF SPDL PARENTS, STUDENTS & TEACHERS in our K-7 programs

RESPONSIBILITIES OF SPDL PARENTS, STUDENTS & TEACHERS IN OUR K - 7 PROGRAMS

 

PARENT:

The role of the parent in the SPDL environment includes:

  • developing a Student Learning Plan for the school year in collaboration with the SPDL teacher and signing it;
  • demonstrate engagement in that learning plan within the first three weeks of registration
  • as the Home Facilitator, supporting the learning process by:
  • participating in Parent/Teacher/Student conferences, as requested.
  • communicating (at least bi-weekly) with your SPDL teacher;
  • supporting the work of the student by being an active participant;
  • setting daily goals and assisting in teaching the student time-management skills;
  • ensuring evidence of work is submitted regularly for assessment by your SPDL teacher.


STUDENT:

The role of the student in the SPDL environment includes:

  • working closely with the Home Facilitator;
  • completing assignments to the best of their ability;
  • asking for help when needed;
  • asking for alternative assignments when desired;
  • treating SPDL books and equipment with respect.


SPDL TEACHER:

The role of the teacher in the SPDL environment includes:

  • working with parent(s) to develop a Student Learning Plan that supports the BC Ministry of Education authorized curriculum;
  • collaborating with the parent/guardian to create the individualized Student Learning Plan;
  • providing and/or pre-approving learning resources to meet the Student Learning Plan;
  • deliverer the curriculum of the assigned program;
  • the teacher will create and engage students in asynchronous and synchronous environments;
  • the teacher will engage students in an active learning environment, which respects individual student needs including students with Special Education designations;
  • assessing student work and providing reports on student progress;
  • providing quality feedback in a timely manner and maintaining regular communication with students/parents/guardians;
  • the teacher will ensure ongoing proactive communication with parents and students, which may include video conferencing, email, telephone and onsite visits
  • providing support and guidance to the Home Facilitator.

 

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