It's getting to be that time of year again. Parent-Teacher Conferences (PTCs). I have to say that I love PTCs. Working at the school that I did, it might be the only time I ever saw and actually communicated with the parents of certain students. Yes it meant long days at the school and trying to find a nice way to say "YOU WANT TO SEE PROGRESS?!? TRY WORKING WITH YOUR CHILD AT HOME!!!", but it also meant that parents and I were coming together to try and help their child become better.
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High parental involvement can be nothing but positive. Henderson and Berla (1994) reviewed and analyzed eighty-five studies that documented the comprehensive benefits of parent involvement in children’s education. Here is a summary of the benefits they noted for the children, parents, teachers, and the school. How Parent Involvement Helps Our Kids There are many benefits …
It's so important for teachers in the classroom to build relationships with their students parents. So, click here to learn a few tips and ideas for how to communicate with parents consistently and effectively! #parentcommunication #communicatingwithparents
Use these files to make your student’s their own daily folder, also known as their Take Home Folder. This folder serves as a great parent/teacher communication devise between home and school. #takehomefolders #dailyfolder #parentteachercommunicationfolder #takehomefoldercovers #beefolder #takehomefolderlabels #editablestudentfolder #weeklyfolders #homeworkfolders #behaviorcalendars
Parent Teacher Conferences Forms & Other Materials You need! Whether you’ve taught for 1 year or 20 years, parent teacher conferences can be super stressful! Keep reading to make the experience a little more enjoyable this year. I’ll work through a timeline with you and provide you with the forms, notes, and other materials you’ll need to get you going! You likely have a day
Improve your parent communication by creating a classroom newsletter! Find out tips for making your newsletter visually appealing, balancing important information, and including actionable content. #parentteachercommunication #communicatingwithparents #classroomnewsletters #teacherprintables