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Tips to Survive your Parent-Teacher Meetings

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Talk to your kids before having this meeting. How do they feel about school? Do they have many friends? Do they like their teacher? The answers will be useful for the meeting. Communicate with the teacher before the meeting to let them know when you’re able to attend. Source: Utamaru Kido/Moment/Getty Images
You and your kid’s teacher work best as a team if you’re both doing your part. Ask how you can help your child succeed at school. Their teacher will probably have some excellent advice! Source: damircudic/E+/Getty Images
It’s important to ask your teacher a few key questions if they don’t offer you this advice themselves. Ask if your child seems happy in school. Ask if they participate actively in class. Ask if your child has any apparent problems. Ask how you can help your child’s development along. Source: SDI Productions/E+/Getty Images
The teacher may present you with some troubling or difficult aspects of your child’s behaviour. Your child may actually be a completely different person at school than they are at home. This is completely normal and even quite common… If you know to expect these things, you’ll have an easier time. Source: SDI Productions/E+/Getty Images
Once the meeting is over, it’s important to have a conversation with your child about how it went. If there are problems to solve, you’ll want to work on them every day so that your child can have the best experience in school. Source: damircudic/E+/Getty Images
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