As you are settling into the routine of a new school year, it's time for to get ready for parent-teacher conferences. To make the most of parent-teacher conferences, what kinds of questions should you ask? Here's a checklist to help you prepare and make the most of your conference.
Your Child's Progress
The most obvious topic of your parent-teacher conference will be your child's school performance.
Grading and Expectations
It is important to understand how your child will be evaluated by his or her teacher throughout the year.
All teachers welcome and encourage parental involvement, so use your conference as an opportunity discuss how you should support your child at home.
At the end of your parent-teacher conference, you will likely come away with a list of action items-both for you and your child's teacher. Here are a few questions to ask before you part ways:
For parents, such an opportunity to meet face-to-face, one-on-one with your child's teacher has many significant benefits and should not be missed. Make the most of this opportunity and help your child start off the school year strong!
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