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Which of the following is NOT part of the 4-step structure that applies to all Team Meetings?
Coaches should feel obligated to provide lengthy observations otherwise it might appear they are not sufficiently involved in the student’s success.
The coach provides feedback on the student’s academic performance before the student has a chance to do so.
Coaches should spend 5-10 minutes on rapport building at the start of Team Meetings to as to break the ice.
Even when students earn poor grades, parents are usually understanding and will continue coaching services if they have in the coach
Not effectively preparing for a Team Meeting may be one of the reasons why a coach may be surprised by an unexpected poor grade during a meeting with parents
Coaches are expected to communicate with parents in a timely manner when efforts to address maladaptive behaviors are not working
Coaches should wait for academics to improve when corrective measures have been repeatedly implemented without any positive results.
When in doubt about a student’s progress, best practice is to schedule a team meeting with the student and parents to discuss the coach’s concerns.
Coaches effectively prepare for team meetings by becoming aware of the following information for all underperforming subjects: (Check all that apply)
Students usually possess very high levels of awareness of their actions that led to negative outcomes.
It more challenging for students to identify which actions lead to negative outcomes than the actions that lead to positive outcomes
During the session immediately prior to the scheduled team meeting with the parents, the coach will discuss with just the student the same topics that will be discussed during the team meeting when the parents will be in attendance.
The reasons coaches allocate the session prior to a Team Meeting to discuss with the student the same topics that will be brought up at the Team Meeting with their parents is to: (Check all that apply)