ISD organized the Open House, allowing parents to actively engage in their child’s education and gain insights into their daily learning experiences. During the event, parents explored classrooms and communicated with teachers. This interaction fostered a strong sense of collaboration and partnership between parents and teachers, working together to support the child’s education.
By sitting in their child’s classroom and exploring the learning spaces and resources available to them, parents developed a perspective of the environment in which their child learns every day. Having a detailed schedule for each 10-minute course section enabled parents from the secondary division to follow their child’s daily routine and experience the transition from one classroom to another. Parents not only gained insights into the teaching styles and methods employed by different teachers but also had the experience of their child’s diverse curriculum, instructional activities, and everyday campus life.
Open House also provided a platform for open communication between parents and teachers, fostering a sense of interaction and cooperation. Parents visited with teachers and discussed the curriculum, teaching techniques, classroom routines, and student expectations during the Open House. This immersive experience provided parents with a more in-depth insight into their child’s education journey.