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Parent teacher conferences

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  • 1. How should I prepare to a parent-teacher conference? Have a folder for each student  Examples of student’s work.  Notes on every time student breaks a classroom rule. Include date, time and consequence. Give parents at least two possible dates and times for meetings Briefly share with parents the topic of the meeting. Once the meeting is schedule, make sure a guidance counselor or an assistant principal can attend the meeting
  • 2. During the meeting Meet the parents at the school office, some parents struggle with finding your classroom Make sure both of you seat at the same level Begin the meeting with a positive comment about the student. Introduce the topic of the meeting. Listen to parents’ concerns
  • 3. Finishing the meeting Finish the meeting with a positive comment about the student Make sure, you, the guidance counselor and parents have a copy of the behavior/grade improvement plan  Student’s name  Date  Issue  Consequences  Plan for improvement Keep the behavior/grade improvement plan in the student’s folder
  • 4. Classroom Activity 1. Behavior problem 2. Grades dropping 3. Bullying 4. Class work completion 5. Late

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