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Week 1 Assignment Assessing Other Educators’ Attitudes Toward Students’ FamiliesRead the teacher scenarios in reflective Exercise 2.5 Assessing Other Educators’ Attitudes Toward Students’ Families. Choose Teacher One, Teacher Two, or Teacher Three.In a four- to five-page paper (excluding the title and reference pages) respond to the teacher you chose as per the following guidelines. Use at least three credible sources, including your text, and be sure to use correct APA formatting as per the Ashford Writing Center Guidelines.In the first section of your paper, respond as if you were a parent of a student in the class. Summarize what you would expect from the teacher.In the second section of your paper, respond as if you were the principal/administrator of the teacher and describe how you would sway this teacher to understand the importance of a family/school partnership. Include the following in your plan:Provide at least three suggestions to encourage the teacher to make positive change.Create a list or chart of resources you would suggest to this teacher. At least two of these resources must support your suggestions to encourage positive family/school partnerships. If you use an outside source be sure to give proper credit as per APA guidelines for crediting charts and tables.State three additional ways to support this teacher in deepening his/her understanding of the importance of a family/school partnership.Carefully review theGrading Rubric(Links to an external site.)for the criteria that will be used to evaluate your assignment.Instructor GuidanceWeek 1Welcome to week 1 of our course. In this course we are considering the variety of ways in which schools collaborate with the family of the student in attendance. If we think about our experience we may remember that our schools contacted our parents with report cards and, perhaps, when we misbehaved. Otherwise, there may not have been a lot of interaction. In this first week, our learning outcomes ask us to summarize the impact that families have on the children’s academic success, to analyze the collaboration between school and family, and to begin developing a plan to solve an issue using a collaborative approach.If you are wondering whether or not families can, should, and do have an impact on student performance at school, please read chapter 1 of the textbook. The author (Amatea, 2013) makes it clear that collaboration is not just something to be desired, but it is a need. The author goes on in chapter 2 to present three different paradigms, or frameworks, of how schools and families interact. She discusses a paradigm of separation, one of remediation, and one of collaboration. We will discuss these paradigms in week one.In looking at the first discussion for this week, we are considering the level of the family’s impact on student performance. If you stop and think about that, you would come to the conclusion that learning is social. That is to say, learning occurs when we interact with others. The interaction that we have with our family, and the total interaction of the family with the school, both lead to improvement. The author (Amatea, 2013) of the textbook suggests that family engagement is essential for learning. Please be sure to read chapter 1 carefully as it will provide a lot of support to your own ideas of how family support is important.In the second discussion for this week, you are asked to consider table 2.1 the text. This table shows us, first, a more traditional approach to certain issues in school and a more collaborative approach. Take some time to review and consider the differences in the two columns of the table. Then, identify a situation at school that can be better addressed by a collaborative approach.For the written assignment this week, please review the reflective exercise 2.5 in the text (Amatea, 2013). There are descriptions of three different teachers that you will see. Pick one to whom you would wish to respond. In the first part of your paper you will respond as if you were a parent of a student in that class. You are asked to summarize what you hope to see from the teacher. In the second part of the paper, you are to write as if you were the principal of the teacher and describe the bullet points listed. You should provide suggestions for positive change, provide a list of resources for the teacher, and identify ways you will support the teacher as principal. For this paper, be sure that you use and cite the appropriate number of scholarly resources to support your ideas.ReferencesAmatea, E. S. (2013). Building culturally responsive family-school relationships (2nd ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Education, Inc.Readings Read from your text, Building culturally responsive family-school relationships: Chapter 1: Connecting with Families: A Nice or Necessary Practice? Chapter 2: From Separation to Collaboration: The Changing Paradigms of Family-School Relations The parental involvement report card.(Links to an external site.) (2008). Project Appleseed. Retrieved from https://www.projectappleseed.org/reportcard The questions are intended to help parents rate their contributions to their child’s success at school. Research indicates that students are more successful when parents are involved in their child’s education. Use these 30 questions as a guide to discover some of the ways that you can help you’re your parents help their children at home and at school.

Week1AssignmentAssessingothereducatorsAttitudesTowardStudentsFamilies