Communicating Student Issues to Education Stakeholders


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Which of the following characteristics of coregulation as a communication strategy can help diffuse a dangerous situation?

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1. Which of the following tips for communicating with parents or guardians might warrant an understanding of the role of teachers as mandated reporters of abuse and neglect?

2. Which of the following tips for communicating with community members is addressed by removing identifying information about a specific student's issues?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

These study resources will assess your understanding of how to discuss student issues. You'll be quizzed on topics like the characteristics of coregulation and tips for communicating with parents.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

You'll be quizzed on these areas of study:

  • Characteristics of coregulation that can help diffuse dangerous situations
  • How the role of teachers as mandated reporters of abuse and neglect can affect their communications with parents
  • How to remove identifying information about a certain student's issues when communicating with community members
  • A benefit of school counselors communicating with other school staff
  • How to properly communicate with students with regard to disciplinary measures

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - ensure that you draw the most important information from the related lesson on how to discuss student issues
  • Information recall - access the knowledge you've gained regarding how to remove identifying information about a student when discussing their issues
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about communication with regard to students and the role of counselors and other staff to that end

Additional Learning

For more, review the accompanying lesson entitled Communicating Student Issues to Education Stakeholders. You'll be covering these areas of interest:

  • Some issues that can create a crisis with students
  • What coregulation is
  • Things to keep in mind when communicating issues with parents
  • Ways to encourage community support