…We’ve also got to differentiate for our parents!
One of my favourite blogs that I subscribe to, “Making Good Humans”, shed light on the subject of differentiating for our parents this week. Thank you! 🙂
Immediately when I think about differentiation for our parents, I think about it in terms of language – which is totally tricky when you have eight non-English languages being spoken amongst your parent community! But this article talks about differentiating our expectations for parents. What do we expect from them? Are our ISPP guidelines for communication adequate? Existent and consistent across the board? How do we moderate how much is the right amount of communication?
Check out this article for some perspective on this less-thought about audience for differentiation! 🙂