Winston Churchill, a one time Prime Minister of the United Kingdom had this comment in his report card as a student: “ He is a constant trouble to everybody and he’s always in some scrape or the other. He cannot be trusted to behave himself anywhere.”
This must have been quite depressing for him or his parents.
Sadly, hundreds of years later, it’s alarming to discover that some teachers find it quite difficult to communicate expectations and concerns to students or parents professionally. Comment writing in report cards as well as giving feedback to parents about their children is a critical aspect of a teacher’s job.
As a teacher, giving professional feedback without understanding the concept of Multiple Intelligences makes the task an arduous one. Basing feedback or report card comments only on the academic strengths and performance of a student is never the right path to take.
This course aims at enlightening teachers on Mastering professional ethics for communicating with parents and giving feedback to students and parents.
|Meet the Course Creator – Kemi Ogunsanya||00:02:00|
|Course Introduction – Multiple Intelligences||00:00:00|
|Course Objectives – Multiple Intelligences||00:02:00|
|Concept of Multiple Intelligences||00:02:00|
|History of Multiple Intelligences||00:10:00|
|Forms of Intelligence||00:03:00|
|Bodily Kinesthetic Intelligence||00:05:00|
|Quiz 1 – Multiple Intelligences||00:05:00|
|Identifying and Nurturing Forms of Intelligences in Students||00:10:00|
|Key Areas for Feedback to Students||00:08:00|
|The Pygmalion Effect as a tool for effective feedback||00:10:00|
|Example of Report Card Comments Based on Multiple Intelligence Theory||00:05:00|
|Case Study Activity||00:15:00|
|Quiz 2 – Multiple Intelligences||00:05:00|
|Closing – Multiple Intelligences||00:00:00|
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