Parent-Teacher Meeting: Communicating Student Misbehaviour

Parent-Teacher Meeting: Communicating Student Misbehaviour
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  • Welcome to our classroom!
  • Hello, Mrs. A, it's great to finally meet you in person!
  • Thank you, it's good to be here.
  • He told me about this project - he was really excited about it!
  • Before we start, I'd like to show you a project that Andy completed this week. He got really involved in it and did an amazing job!
  • Meet with the parent(s) to discuss their child's misbehaviour.
  • As I mentioned in my newsletter at the start of the year, these are the expectations we have in class. We developed them together in the first week, and I have modified them with student input whenever necessary.
  • The teacher should have been communicating with parents via email, phone, etc. from the start of the school year. This meeting is an extension of communication that has already begun.
  • That is a concern I have as well, and I am doing my best to ensure that the expectations apply to all students equally.
  • Andy does excellent work when he is focused, but sometimes he reacts to instructions with emotional outbursts.
  • Share positives about the student and demonstrate that you care about their progress.
  • He doesn't often have a problem with that at home!
  • Present classroom expectations, norms, and procedures to the parent(s). Get parents to buy in to the importance of expectations and get their input on them.
  • Those seem fair. I just want to make sure you apply them consistently, so that Andy doesn't feel singled out.
  • Show parent(s) that you empathise with their concerns.
  • Allow the parent(s) to make you aware of circumstances possibly affecting the student and ask them to express their understanding of the student's behaviour.
  • Since you know Andy best, I was hoping to get some insight from you into what might be causing his outbursts.
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