In this tutorial, a student teacher discusses curriculum night at his school and why he finds it useful. Curriculum night is an informal event where teachers and parents come together and talk about classroom expectations and the importance of parental involvement in their child's education. Additionally, curriculum night presents an opportunity for individual parent-teacher conferences to be scheduled and planned, providing a platform for any additional questions the parents may have.
Communicating expectations: Curriculum Night for Parents
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