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Ready for that parent-teacher conference that's coming up? Whether you’re going to your child’s first or fifth parent-teacher conference, it’s best to come prepared. Discussing your child’s progress and finding out how he’s doing in class is one of the most important conversations you’ll have all year. Here are 10 ways to make sure that your next parent-teacher conference goes well.
Say thank you to your child's teacher with these teacher gift ideas.
In the world of parenting, sometimes talking to the teacher is the best way to find out how your child is developing.
Is it appropriate for your child to âfriendâ a teacher on a social network?
Here are the top seven things that teachers wish parents would do to not only make their job a little easier, but also help children be successful.
When a teacher calls home, it can be a scary experience for a child, and even scarier for a parent. You may be put in a vulnerable and defensive position, especially if you're not seeing the same unruly behavior at home. However, calmly addressing the issue with a teacher will help solve the problem and teach your child about healthy ways to resolve conflict. So take a deep breath and tackle the situation with these tips.
Do you think parents should have a say in selecting their child's teacher? Here's what you need to know before you rush the Principal's office.
Practical tips for handling tough talks with your kindergarten teacher.
Want to build a stronger connection to your child's school? Want to become more of a visible presence? Well, guess what? You get what you give, and giving a helping hand to your child's teacher a perfect way to be involved! We've got 12 cool ways for you to help out and offer your child's hard-working teacher a little support that she won't take for granted.
Children being afraid of the teacher is a common occurrence. Here are expert tips for helping a child who is scared of her preschool teacher.
Parental involvement in a child's education is crucial, especially in building early literacy--here are four ways you can get involved in your child's education
Tips and advice for parents dealing with the possibility of grade retention.
Most parents are aware of the importance of good communication between themselves and their child’s teacher, and the parent-teacher conference is a prime example of when both parties are geared up for communication. But, especially as a parent, it's important to go into a conference prepared.
Here are some simple ways you can communicate with your childâs teacher easily and effectively this year.
What are the math standards each grade? The National Council of Teachers of Math (NCTM) has standards for classrooms from kindergarten through high school.
School kids learn better when their parents help. Here's how to tell if educational resources like workbooks fit your child's program.
Every school had a few highly popular teachers, several mediocre ones, and one or two 'Oh no, not her' individuals. What can you do if your child is placed with a teacher from the 'yuck' category?
Sixth grade is a huge jump in child development. Here's a great educational resource to help kids stay on top of their work.
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