EQAO video for parents on tracking child’s progress
The EQAO site includes a new video aimed at parents. Literacy (reading, writing) risk indicators are evident as early as the Grade 3 EQAO assessments and unless addressed, problems and deficiencies continue into secondary school. When action is taken by parents and teachers, these at-risk students can improve their outcomes. The lesson for parents is to:
- keep track of their child’s progress
- talk to teachers
This is not a video with spoken words and you have to be able to read quickly to follow this. You can’t argue with the facts, and it might be good to show on “family literacy night” but personally, I found it a bit ‘strident’ in its tone. What do you think?
Check it out! Rowan