Should I Go to the Teacher?
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"What's the point of homework if I have to do it every night?" "What did Katie do this time?" "Alex's teacher just won't give him a chance!" "I just can't make it to all of these volunteer activities."...Read more
"What's the point of homework if I have to do it every night?" "What did Katie do this time?" "Alex's teacher just won't give him a chance!" "I just can't make it to all of these volunteer activities."
Parents of elementary school-aged children will find these questions and complaints familiar. When a child enters school, suddenly parents are confronted with a new set of demands: to become involved with their child's school, to understand the school's bureaucracy, and to establish a working relationship with a different teacher each year. Research has shown that good family school relations are vital to a child's success in school. "Should I Go to the Teacher?" provides guidance to parents to help their child receive the best educational experience possible, covering topics such as: effective communication skills specifically for communicating with school a behind-the-scenes look at a teacher's day a blueprint of a typical school system how to maintain the good relationship you've started how to address problems when they occur what issues and circumstances lead to going to the principal.
Parents will find this practical handbook immediately useful and an indispensable guide in navigating their way through their child's school years.
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