But there are pitfalls for the teacher who is attempting to increase the intensity and frequency of her contact with parents.
Your extra effort enabled us to surpass our goal. October 18, at They are also a chance for the teacher to share good news, to highlight some of the great work kids do, to offer insight both ways, to see how the educational experience might be made even better. Parents select preferred times from this pre-loaded information, minimising the potential for error.
As a professional, you should respect that family's "culture" even if you are not in agreement with it. If you must use a technical term, define it.
But also put a small space for the parent to make a comment. I think it is less about generalizations than just recognizing what YOUR child needs from you as a parent and that is too be as involved as necessary.
Blame the parent for not attending a teacher conference.
Outline steps that will be taken to prevent a re-occurrence. I keep my smart phone handy at all times so I can capture special activities during the day.
This is important for the child, not the teacher, administrator or parent. Considering the myriad responsibilities that we all have, such situations are pretty much inevitable.
Listen first- count to 10. I have attended many conferences where the student has just absolutely lied to the parents and the parents show up at the conference, without all the information, ready to jump on me with all fours.
However, the teacher aide and I have been concerned with a noticeable backslide in his math homework performance lately. October 19, at 7: The ability to have concrete data is great. Be persistent and use different methods of communication. Thanksgiving Holiday Monday, November 19 - Friday, November 23 Palmer CCRPI Scores above District and State Average.
The state of Georgia released CCRPI scores for each school in the Cobb County School District on October 29th. Having a positive parent-teacher relationship contributes to your child's school success.
Learn the best ways to connect with your child's teacher. Real teacher blogger Myree Conway shares her tips and guidelines for strengthening the communication between parent and teachers, inspired by the movie "Finding Nemo.". The Teacher's Role in Home/School Communication: Everybody Wins.
By: Rick Lavoie. For the past 50 years, countless media outlets, governmental agencies and private foundations have been studying and surveying Americans schools.
National PTA comprises millions of families, students, teachers, administrators, and business and community leaders devoted to the educational success of children and the promotion of family engagement in schools. The experts have been polled and the results are in: a positive parent-teacher relationship contributes to your child’s school success.
“Easier said than done,” you may be thinking.Parent teacher communication