These areas are explored:
Although these questions depend upon the grade levels and contents of your instruction, I offer some of my experience and notes to model for you:
First of all, please note that you can introduce the curriculum and teaching program/course to the students and their parents in many ways. For example, I like to give them a course outline or syllabus to overview objectives, materials, a tentative course calendar, and a summary of skills that will be ...
Ideas about how to introduce the curriculum and teaching program/course to the students and their parents are brainstormed. The solution informally discusses the influences upon your future teaching practices, desired benchmarks, and other areas.
It also lists information that teachers gather about their students' academic and social strengths and areas for growth.