Communicating Results to Parents 2 - m5u3a2
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Well... the monthly newletter was sent last Friday, I made a call for Smith and Lee, so I will make a call to Michelle's parent today.
Also, PTC with David's parents is tonight. Let's gather his work to show his parents.
Oh, so he is having a little of trouble catching up the school material. Is there anything we can do to help him at home?
Thank you for coming. Tonight, I would like to share some of David's work and how he is doing. I will also share what we are learning lately. We are learning.. and David is at...
Thank you so much for your support.
Thank you for all of your suggestions and help for David. We will talk to you soon.
A positive parent-teacher relationship helps your child feel good about school and be successful in school,” advises Diane Levin, Ph.D. At the beginning of the year, try to start building a good relationship using some of the methods mentioned on the previous slide. Again, communication is the most important key to the success of the parent-teacher-relationship.
Share the information about the student and let the parents know what the expectations are in class. Let the parents know that a teacher appreciates parents who are willing to help the teacher to understand the student better. Talk about how his behaviors and hs academic performances are related.
Let the parents know that teachers and parents are partners to help the child to improve. Let them know that you are open to the parents and ready to share thoughts for a child to meet the expectations.
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