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9 Ways to Build Strong Teacher Relationships with Colleagues
Consequently, there has been tremendous growth across the nation in intentional efforts to forge meaningful partnerships between schools and afterschool and summer programs. Increasingly, the field is recognizing that these partnerships are essential to efforts to expand when , where , how , and what students learn Little, This article begins with an overview of the benefits of school-community partnerships to students, schools, and community organizations.
It then examines the role of partnerships in the 21st Century Community Learning Centers initiative, reviewing national data on the numbers and kinds of partners that 21st Century Community Learning Centers nationwide are engaging with to support student success.
The article concludes with a discussion of four features of effective learning partnerships. When schools and community organizations work together to support learning, everyone benefits.
Partnerships can serve to strengthen, support, and even transform individual partners, resulting in improved program quality, more efficient use of resources, and better alignment of goals and curricula Harvard Family Research Project, This may be because positive relationships with schools can foster high quality, engaging, and challenging activities, along with promoting staff engagement Miller, In addition to supporting student learning directly, partnerships can have additional benefits to students and their families.
They can. Finally, learning partnerships with schools can strengthen and support community partners. Students are taught and mentored to help improve their lifestyle by making dietary changes and exercising properly and regularly.
Students have access to a full array of health professionals and services at the center and can participate in a week wellness program. This membership provides access to the entire wellness and fitness center for one year. Many students also learn how to swim and overcome their fear of the water. Since there is no community pool or community gym available, this partnership has made resources available to students that would otherwise not be available to them Manhattan Strategy Group, Partnerships are a critical component of 21st Century Community Learning Centers, and each year since the number of partners has continued to grow.
By , the 3, funded grantees engaged over 30, partners, with an average of almost 9 partners per grantee. Community-based organizations were the most common partners in , almost three times higher than any other type of partner.
For-profit corporations and school districts were the second and third most utilized partners, with colleges and universities also playing a main partnership role. Partners perform a number of important roles: They offer programming, provide in-kind services, and provide paid and volunteer staffing see Table 1. Further, Table 1 illustrates that more partners have steadily made more contributions to 21st Century Community Learning Centers over the past 5 years. Together, these data suggest that partners are an essential component of the 21st Century Community Learning Centers initiative and they have been growing significantly in all dimensions over the past 5 years.
Partners provide vital in-kind services and supports, as well as real dollars, which add significant value to the work of 21st Century Community Learning Centers.
As centers consider bringing on more partners it is important that project and site directors understand how to develop and cultivate effective partnerships.
The next part of this article discusses the features of effective partnerships. While Roger Williams struggles to make AYP, its partnership with PASA, city agencies, and community-based organizations to expand afterschool services has contributed to improved school performance.
The partnership with PASA has played a critical role in improving the scale and quality of afterschool services at Roger Williams, currently reaching more than youth in 45 different programs.
Funding and staffing support from PASA has provided resources to expand academic and enrichment program options and double the number of participants.
PASA also improves program quality by supporting partnerships with high quality providers that include community- based organizations, individual instructors, the school district, and the local police department Providence After School Alliance, internal communication, As efforts to expand learning opportunities and time continue to grow under a variety of approaches and models—whether afterschool, summer learning, expanded or extended learning day or year, or out-of-school time—it is important that all these efforts build on the strong base of effective partnerships already present among schools and afterschool and summer programs, capitalizing in particular on the rich history of partnerships advanced by 21st Century Community Learning Centers.
To create cohesion between the school-day and afterschool programs, school day teachers are highly involved in the planning and implementation of programs, and all afterschool staff must follow the same policies and procedures regardless of site. Staff are recruited for specific roles within the programs. The Project Director creates a list of required qualifications for particular programs that principals must heed when hiring afterschool staff.
Principals make a concerted effort to hire program staff who have been with the district for 3 or more years and who have appropriate professional licenses; new teachers, or those changing grade levels, are not actively recruited in order to allow them sufficient time to get acclimated before gaining additional responsibility within the district Manhattan Strategy Group, Harvard Family Research Project.
Partnerships for learning: Promising practices in integrating school and out-of-school time program supports. Little, P. Expanded learning opportunities in Washington state: Pathways to student success. Afterschool programs in the 21st century: Their potential and what it takes to achieve it Issues and Opportunities in Out-of-School Time Evaluation No. Manhattan Strategy Group. High school promising practices project for the 21st Century Community Learning Centers program, Addendum 1.
Washington, DC: U. Department of Education. Miller, B. Pathways to success for youth: What counts in after-school. Neild, R.
An early warning system. Educational Leadership , 65 2 , 28— Jump to navigation. About the Project Join Us. Priscilla Little Research and Strategy Consultant.
Learning partnerships can also greatly benefit schools. Recent Evidence of Impact IV.
20 Tips for Developing Positive Relationships With Parents
As new teachers try to earn their colleagues' respect, they worry about stepping on the toes of veteran teachers. They need guidance on how to build strong, lasting relationships. I tell all of my mentees that teacher relationships with colleagues are incredibly important because they contribute to a more positive school climate. Here are some tips I give to my mentees to help them develop meaningful, respectful, and helpful relationships. So don't. When—not if, but when—someone tells you something in confidence, keep it to yourself.
By Kechia Williams. When I need information pertaining to a child or a child is experiencing a problem, I contact the parents or guardians because they are my 1 resource. Throughout the school year I use a variety of communication methods to build and sustain solid relationships with parents. These are nine of my tried-and-proven techniques:. Create a List. List Name Save.
7.2: Building and Maintaining Positive Relationships with Families
In honor of Edutopia's 20th anniversary, we're producing a series of Top 20 lists, from the practical to the sublime. In our busy day of juggling papers, lesson planning and managing sometimes more than a hundred students, we can easily forget the group that could lend significant support in our charge as teachers -- parents and families. Consider these tips for improving connections with this valuable group:. Most parents only occasionally interact with teachers so make sure that at least 90 percent of your encounters with them are positive, warm, and friendly. The impressions left from fleeting encounters in the hallway last a long time.
By Jaleel R. Howard , Edited by M. In Stock. Teachers know the importance of strong relationships with their students, but sometimes connecting with them feels challenging. No More Teaching Without Positive Relationships reviews the teacher-student relationship research and provides practices for building relationships that make a difference.
Consequently, there has been tremendous growth across the nation in intentional efforts to forge meaningful partnerships between schools and afterschool and summer programs. Increasingly, the field is recognizing that these partnerships are essential to efforts to expand when , where , how , and what students learn Little,
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