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“Oh, yeah, yeah. Um, so how so I have, I usually like to I’m just have parents come in to make sure that we’re on the same page about how your students doing and I think communicating with parents is really very important. Or just being able to best support students…And it’s something that I think is an area to for that she can grow in as how she is relating to her peers. And just, I’ve noticed that she tends to keep to herself and that she is not she doesn’t really engage with her peers or she does she tends to prefer working by herself and she doesn’t seem to really work with or to work with peers or to really engage with them and talk to them a lot………. Teacher 02:08
Yeah. But I think it’s important to like I really want to support her in growing as a well rounded student and of course, being in school as being able to work with you to really like talk to peers and work with peers. And I think “
|Um, but yeah, so the only concern I really have and this is just because obviously my students well being is my top priority is I’ve noticed lately that she is a little bit withdrawn from her peers. Um, you know, I, even though she’s a little shy, I would hope that she’d have at least one or two close friends,
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“One thing I have noticed she’s a she’s a little bit quiet.
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But like I said, you know, other than that grades are wonderful.
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Just absolutely stellar. Just
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but I’m ho- go ahead.
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I’m just curious, how quiet like is she? Does she? I haven’t heard her talk about kids much. So I just I mean, she talks to us a lot. So I just didn’t know.
Oh, okay, that’s wonderful. Um,
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Yeah, so I also have noticed that I haven’t heard a lot, you know, talking or her heard much about, about her friends or going out to do stuff or plans like that. But it’s good to hear that she talks a lot at home. Right? So, so one thing that, you know, I guess, that I would like to work on, Is having her maybe maybe work with in a group with some friends a little bit more.
I wanted to talk to you today though, because recently I’ve noticed that Katie seems to not really enjoy working with her peers. And anytime they do group activities, she ends up choosing to work alone, or during free time she’s usually just by herself reading. When I’ve asked her to work with a group, she usually doesn’t want to. And I’ve also noticed that in our class discussions, she never contributes unless she’s directly called on….Great. Okay. Yeah, I would love to try to come up with some ways that we can help Katie feel more comfortable with her peers while she’s at school and figure out a plan that can best support her in interacting and working in groups. Yeah, I know that you know Katie really well as her father, and so that’s part of why I wanted to invite you to be here to be a part of figuring this out.
|And we’re going to talk about your daughter and how she’s doing in class today…. No to sometimes when we’re supposed to be working on other work, she starts reading. And then I want to make sure she is getting the information on everything and not just reading all the time because reading is great, but during math, it’s not very helpful…. Parent 00:46
Is she completing her work? Because
Has anything changed in her home life? Or with her friends?
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Um so as you know, I called gave you a quick call to let you know that I wanted to talk about Katie…. But one thing I do notice is in class participation and in group work like she is very quiet and she doesn’t love to work with groups or with her peers and when she’s asked to do so she kind of like puts them off and you know, will mumble or won’t Look at them and give them eye contact.
Teacher: And I just want to see if this is like a normal behavior for at home, or if there’s like something going on that we need to talk about…….. Teacher 01:29
It’s a little surprising. Okay, well, well, when I talked to her, she, you know, doesn’t love to give eye contact and will mumble and kind of put me off and so I just wanted to see what we can do together to try and make school like more. A more positive experience for her and like, get her with the rest of her classmates. She hasn’t shown much interested in anything besides reading?
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So I just wanted to discuss with you about so even though she’s doing so great in my class and getting work on time, I’m just a little getting a little bit worried about her search social interactions with peers. It’s it’s seeming that, um, whenever I talk about friendships she she does she doesn’t really respond and mainly chooses to sit alone.
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Yeah. So she is very, very sweet girl in the class.
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The one thing I did want to talk about, though, is that I wonder if there are ways to get Katie even more involved in the classroom. Something I’ve noticed, which is completely normal for a lot of ninth grade students, is that they can feel a little hesitant to participate in whole class settings like sharing answers with the whole class, or working in groups. And I see a little of that with Katie. And while that is completely normal, I wonder if you and I can brainstorm ways to help her feel more comfortable in that way. Because I think that would really improve her experience in the classroom.
|So the reason why I called you in today is because I wanted to talk to you a little bit about Katie and how she is in our classroom environment.. I’ve noticed that she can be a little shy. And she when put in a group of other students, she tends to be a little bit withdrawn, likes to kind of be over to the side a little bit, and doesn’t really like to talk. She likes to sometimes look down, not make eye contact with her peers. So that is a little worrisome in regards to group work.|
|From what I’ve observed, though, she can somewhat appear more on the shy side in class. For example, if I if I asked her to share anything, she might mumble, or her body language might reflect that she doesn’t particularly want to share…. Parent 00:55
So I wanted to call you in today to talk a little bit about what I’ve been noticing in school… But so I have been a little bit concerned about her interactions with her peers. Generally, during class participation, like in terms of like whole group discussions, she’s generally quiet. And when she’s asked to speak, she says, she often says very little, and I have to kind of like try to get her to stay more relaxed. And then she also chooses to work alone whenever there’s a choice and then any interactions that do happen are kind of Like a result of my facilitating them?… Mr. Reid 02:03
Did she have a tough? Does she not really interact with you as well? Or is it kind of across the board,
| I wanted to talk to you today about your daughter. And yeah, I just had a few concerns that that have come up, and I remember when we spoke at the beginning of the year, you said that you’d be happy to speak anytime when I needed to help Katie and—
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|Um today, I just wanted to talk a little bit about Katie…The only thing that has been of concern recently is that she always seems to want to work alone instead of with other people. Whenever we have group assignments, she chooses to work independently, and when I ask her to work with other people, she ends up doing things on her own. I’ve also noticed that she seems pretty shy, and only contributes when she’s called on. I have seen that she can be more talkative when she talks to me one on one. But even that can take a little bit of prompting…. Great. Well, I asked her a few days ago about what she thought of the class or some of her peers, and she just responded with “They’re fine,” or “It’s okay,” but didn’t really elaborate much. So I was wondering if we could try to create a collaborative plan to help Katie better engage with her peers in class.|
Yeah. Um, so today, you know, I’m just here to share some information about Katie, you know, just yeah, just gonna tell you, you know, academically, you know, her growth, her participation, stuff like that….Mr. Reid 01:52
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