Parent communication

Enhance your child's education with effective parent communication strategies. Discover tips and tools to foster collaboration and support your child's learning journey.
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Communicating with families is often the most difficult and overwhelming part of teaching. There's no handbook for teachers to use to improve communication with parents, but we know how valuable positive home-school relationships are to student success. Developing these relationships makes dealing with behavior and academic concerns much easier. This list is a few of […]

Melissa Manus
Parent communication is essential for a successful school year! Read about an app that makes it quick, easy, and convenient to keep your parents informed. And to top it all off it's FREE!!! Classroom Jobs, Classroom Management Tips, Classroom Management Strategies, Parent Teacher Communication, Classroom Procedures, Classroom Routines, Parent Communication, 4th Grade Classroom, Classroom Hacks

We all know that it’s important to keep the lines of communication open with our student’s parents. But how do we do this when our time is limited? One way I’ve been able to do this is by taking advantage of technology… and by technology I mean an app called REMIND. Not only am I loving this app, but for the past 2 years, I’ve only heard positive feedback from parents. So much so, that I’ve even had colleagues approach me about it because former parents have mentioned it to them. If you’ve…

Mary Jones
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As an educator, it’s an absolute must to meet with your students’ parents throughout the school year. A positive parent-teacher relationship will only guarantee a successful year for students and that’s what we all want the most. Have you thought about how you hold your parent conference? Do you do all the talking behind your

Brianna Seeman

Honesty time. I was terrible at parent communication when I first started teaching. Like, I avoided it at all cost. I was terrified of parents and did not want to talk to them. I think that isn’t really a strange response as a first year teacher, but it did not work well for me. The […]

Nadia George