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Some helpful and relevant strategies on what to do and what not to do in parent-teacher conferences
We are in an unprecedented situation, and educators everywhere are encountering myriad and valid concerns in the...
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As parent-teacher conference time approaches for educators and families, the preparation on both ends looks a little different this year. Instead of the typical in-person meeting, many districts and schools have opted for virtual conferencing, which means families and caregivers will log in online in order to check in with their students’ teachers.
And though this may feel less ideal for those who look forward to in-person conversations, virtual conferencing can still be productive, illuminating, and meaningful. Forging a solid parent-teacher relationship has never been more essential for student learning success, so armed with the right attitude and a few key tips, instructors and parents/caregivers can approach this year’s virtual conferences feeling prepared and optimistic.
Here are a few dos and don'ts for educators and families alike:
Remember: communication between parents/caregivers and educators is highly related to homework completion rates, classroom behavior, and participation in class. Additionally, when the school/home connection is strong, students know they have resources to turn to when facing challenges, which further strengthens their confidence and academic integrity. The parent-teacher conference shouldn’t be the only time during a school year that instructors and families connect on student learning, but it is certainly an important time. And while virtual conferencing may feel strange at first, after the call, you might just find that you enjoyed yourself and gained a deeper appreciation for your student and your role on their learning team.