M5U3A2 Parent-Teacher Conference

M5U3A2 Parent-Teacher Conference
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Overview of a meeting about student behavior problems.

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  • I've gathered all the resources I need for this meeting. I have specific talking points written down too. I'm ready!
  • She's making good progress overall! Let's sit down and I'll show you some examples, then there is something in particular I'd like to talk to you about. 
  • Hello, Mrs. Simmons! It's wonderful to see you again. How's the new job?
  • It keeps me busy! How is Heather doing these days?
  • As you can see, Heather is mastering our second-grade math concepts well, and her reading accuracy has improved since September. 
  • Good! We're learning about the solar system currently. Heather made this poster about Venus last week, if you'd like to take a look?
  • Of course!
  • That's great to hear. Heather has always loved math. How about science? 
  • There is something specific about Heather's behavior that I'd like to discuss with you. Lately, she has been getting angry and hitting other students in class. 
  • Yes, I have records detailing the events and the causes in this file. I'd be happy to go through them with you.  Then we can talk about how to work through this together. 
  • That doesn't sound like the Heather I know. She's been a little moody at home, but... Can you tell me exactly what's been happening?
  • After looking through the notes calmly and objectively...
  • So far we have seen some small improvements, but it takes time to build those habits.  Is there any method you'd like to try together? Maybe something that you've found works well at home? 
  • One thing Heather and I have been working on together is practicing calm-down skills, such as  counting, breathing deeply, or walking away instead of hitting. 
  • How has that been working?
  • Hmm, what if we...
  • By the end, the parent should understand the problem  AND feel like they are working towards a solution.
  • Thank you again for coming in to see me, Mrs Simmons! I feel like we made some great progress today. 
  • I agree. Thanks for your hard work. Please keep me updated on how Heather is doing. 
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