Remote Instruction Strategy Matrix for Collaboration with Families
Successful partnerships between schools and parents/families benefit the academic success and social-emotional development of students. The Remote Instruction Strategy Matrix for Collaboration with Families is designed for educators (e.g., teachers, administrators, school counselors) to use as they collaborate with parents or families to be used within a continuum of supports based on available technology. This allows schools to coordinate efforts that match the regularity and depth of communication and supports based on identified student needs.
October 14, 2021
Santiago-Rosario, M. R., Chaparro, E., Garbacz, A., McDaniel, S. C., & George, H. P. (October, 2021). Remote Instruction Strategy Matrix for Collaboration with Families. Center on PBIS, University of Oregon. www.pbis.org.
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