Therefore, role of teacher as caregiver, class manager and provider intellectual, emotional and physical support should crucially base on teacher-students relationship. A positive teacher-students relationship would give positive impact on the students’
That need collaboration of the parents that schools benefit enormously from parents and their support (Clarke, 2007:7-10). Thus, it is important for the school staff to encourage parental involvement and develop partnership. Parental involvement at school activities is collaboration with the community, that identifying and integrating the community resources and services to strengthen school programs, family practices, and children’s learning and development (Epstein & Sheldon, 2005:8). Accordingly, schools have required to give information for pupils and families on community health, cultural, recreational, social support, and other programs or services as well as community activities that have linked to learning skills and talents. This is beneficial for School and its students to set up a stronger connection and relationship with organizations in the community and use community resources
The home and school coming together is critical for student improvement and success. Portfolio assessment gives active participation by describing the projected outcomes, advantages, characteristics, and format of portfolio assessment, it also can help parents begin to understand the process and purposes. Teachers who invite parents to participate in to help with the portfolio assessment brings a positive efforts of their children help and parents also developed a better understanding of the process of developing their child to be at a mastery level. It helps parents appreciate the strengths and growth of which children have developed as well as to better understand the need for the support and various kinds of activities and instruction you are providing when it comes to portfolio
Increased levels of parent involvement correlates to increased student gains academically, socially, and cognitively. Students are significantly influenced by their parents during the transitional phase upon entering and throughout the educational process. Mapp (2002) suggests that parents from low socio-economic communities who had students in early childhood and elementary grade levels were involved and strongly supported their child’s education. Parents surveyed in the study understood the importance of education and the significance of parents’ involvement in the educational process. Effects of Parent Involvement in Middle School and High
In school planning, planning of the school activities such as academic calendar and set of mission vision and values of the school were important. To achieve the mission and vision of a school, teachers’ play the most important role and they are the one who contact students directly. In these regards, teachers in BAEC were involved in fairly good amount. Many teachers are involved in setting the mission vision and value. When teachers are involves in setting the mission, vision and values of school, teachers find it easier to achieve the mission and vision as teachers are directly involved in teaching and other works related to school.
Parental involvement may physically occur at school, at home, or in both settings. They also will be influence to send their kids to the pre-school education from words of mouth, neighborhood, caliphs and parents background. Involvement of parents or known as parental engagement is parent participation in academic learning including a regular, two-way communication with educators. 1.7.2 Children The important of early education to children is avoiding an abbreviation of Literacy and Numeracy Screening (LINUS). Also, the children will interact more with others children.
When interacting with students, a teacher should therefore fill the role of a counselor, a surrogate parent, a nutritionist and someone who has the best interests of every child at heart. The interaction with the students should always be cordial. Apart from the three mentioned roles, in the course of the school year, teachers take on other roles, as well. They are chaperones at school functions and coaches
Assessment determines the children’s understanding of what is being taught and how well they can apply it to their daily lives. What is assessment? According to (McMillan, 2011) - “assessment is the gathering, interpretation and the use of information to support teacher decision making, he further stated that assessment is an umbrella concept that encompasses different techniques, strategies and uses. It is much more than simply testing”. Assessment is important in Social Studies because it gives the teacher a sense as to what level their students are at.
In other words, accurate measures of the learning achievement of learners at different stages of education can provide important insights as to whether the inputs made into the education system had a beneficial effort or not. A lot of efforts are being made to improve achievement level of learners at secondary schools. Learner’s achievement in school may be different types, such as learning achievement, achievement in co-curricular activities, and the emphasis in the present study was learning achievement. This type of achievement has been the primary concern for psychologists and educationists. Learning achievement is a hope for every student who is in the course of learning process in schools and a hope for parents and teachers.
Principals as School Manager Effective school managers are expected to be academically goal oriented and supervise instructional and co-curricular practices accordingly. They are the primary motivator and supporter of their teacher, inspire all stakeholders to participate in framing educational programs and be involved in decision making to attain a common goal of the school and the Department of Education as a whole. School manager played with the multifaceted task of generating a school wide vision, being instructional manager they are responsible for planning for continuous professional development, coaching and mentoring teachers for effective teaching and learning, disciplining learners inside and outside the classroom and more importantly