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The guest editors of Education.com's Special Edition on bullying answer some questions about bullying.
Tips on building your kindergarten child's communication skills through conversation and active listening. Also find out how to effectively communicate with
Advice for parents on maintaining ongoing communication with their child and their child's school and on working with teachers to monitor the child's progress.
Education law, and therefore the legal context for grading, differs from state to state. You must check grading policies and education law in your own state
Are you curious about the way students are graded? This article gives more information on grading as well as the history behind the process.
A classroom community has specific characteristics that are conducive to learning. This article lists the characteristics of the teacher's and student's role
Summarizes the benefits teachers, parents, and children receive when educators and families work together to provide a successful school experience for young
Be cool! Help out at school.
Outlines various areas to consider when responding to educational issues that may elicit different responses and reactions from families.
Combat glazed eyes and disruptive behavior with these teaching tips.
Decide which of the top five teaching methods fits your kid best.
Discussed here are ways to help parents and teachers get involved in children's school education and get the best out of conferences.
Article lists questions and answers that can help you to get the most out of talking to your child's teacher or with other school staff members.
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