Communicating With Your Child’s Teacher

Do you ever wonder how to approach your child’s teacher? You have questions. Maybe it’s curriculum. Maybe it’s grades. Maybe you feel your child has been treated unjustly. Maybe you wish to encourage.

I’m a teacher. I’m a momma too. When I feel something is going on at school that’s not in the best interest of my child? My momma-bear can rear her ugly head quicker than she can down a mocha Frappuccino.

There are horrible teachers in this world. But more often than not, incredible, loving teachers exist as well. Good teachers are always out for the best interest of their students.

Always.

Communicating effectively with your child’s teacher is paramount to have a successful school experience for your little ones. The following suggestions may help create the healthy dialogue needed.

Privileged to be sharing some parent/teacher communication tips with The Moms Magazine. I’d love for you to click on over there and check it out!

 

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One Response to Communicating With Your Child’s Teacher

  1. Paige Givens says:

    I love this! I am also a teacher and momma. And I totally agree that great teachers are always out for the best interest of their students. Always. :)

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