EQAO video for parents on tracking child’s progress

April 6, 2016 at 8:00 am Leave a comment

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:

  1. keep track of their child’s progress
  2. 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

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