Parent-Teacher Conferences: 3 Tips to Help Parents Make the Most of Them! by Heather Bragg

Parenting
2 years ago
Parent-Teacher Conferences: 3 Tips to Help Parents Make the Most of Them!

Whether you're eager for a sit-down with your child’s teacher or dreading potential drama, here are three tips to help you prepare for the parent-teacher conference! 

  • Email your child’s teacher to request a separate meeting if there are serious concerns about your child’s learning. 
  • Have your own questions ready: “How much should I help him with homework?” “What if I see her making a lot of mistakes on her math work?” 
  • Be ready to share your own observations. 

Our children are learning differently than how we were taught, so feel free to ask about the new methods and get your questions answered!

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