Nilgun Tarpis

Sydney, Australia

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Nilgun Tarpis
Posted about 3 years ago
How important is communication between parent and teacher regarding child's progress in school? Pls specify if you're a teacher or parent?
James Does it create more work for you now compared to when you had to record assessments and gradings manually and then data enter it in for student reports( twice annually here in Australia). At the moment teachers here in Australia keep manual records of student marks and twice yearly enter the details for student reports. And was wondering if the system you use creates more work for the teacher? Do you have a parent/teacher chat or email on the system? How do you communicate with parent? And how is quality assurance measured or checked between these dialogues? Sorry for the 101 questions but am really interested in having to digital at schools for the benefit of the student! Smiles
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Nilgun Tarpis
Posted about 3 years ago
How important is communication between parent and teacher regarding child's progress in school? Pls specify if you're a teacher or parent?
Hello James, Thank you for your comprehensive and valid point! It's great to be able to hear from a school teacher that is using the system I have in mind! I think that moving towards a system that you describe is just a matter of time and to hear that it works well, providing you have parents on board, is great. I'm a student in Australia and our group have come up with an innovative idea to increase the collaboration and communication between parents and teachers to support the students schooling experience as a whole. We don't have this type of communication here is Australia as yet however I think it is a matter of time. It's wonderful to hear your experiences and you seem to be a great teacher that cares or at the least trying to make a positive difference to the lives of students. Great work! And 'yes', the parents need to be part of this and support the work you do, at school, in their homes. Kind regards Nilgun