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11/28/2018



Make Sure You Get the Most out of Your Parent-Teacher Time

Now that the school year is in full swing and students have learned about what’s in store for the year ahead, it’s time for parents to do the same. Below is a post from The Tutoring Center, Colleyville which can help you prepare for your parent-teacher meeting.

Create a List

If you don’t have a list then there is a good chance that you will return home after your meeting and remember a range of important items you wanted to speak with your child’s teacher about, but it’s now too late. Make some time to sit down and think about all of the items you would like to talk about during your meeting. As you think of them, put them on a list. Consider items like your child’s strengths, their aspirations, and any challenges they experienced last year and how they overcame them or didn’t. Not only will a list help you make the most of your time but the teacher will also appreciate you using your time wisely.

Get Your List in Order

Now that you have your list, it’s time to prioritize it with the most important items first. While you will undoubtedly want to speak about all of the items you have written down, there may be a chance that you will run out of time. For this reason, it’s important that the items you are able to speak about are the most important and will have the most impact on progressing your child’s learning.

Make the Most of Your Time

Time with your child’s teacher is valuable and needs to be utilized. While there may be a range of concerns you have about the school in general or even the curriculum, which are valid, if your child’s teacher cannot directly help you resolve them then it is better that you raise them with the appropriate person in your own time. Many parents can inadvertently spend much of their time complaining about issues which the teacher can’t assist with, resulting in their time finishing without marking off many items from their list.

Does Your Child Need Tutoring?

If your child’s teacher recommends additional learning outside of school or you just want to give your child the tools to help improve last year’s grades, tutoring can help. To learn more about the benefits of one-to-one tutoring, book your free initial diagnostic assessment at The Tutoring Center, Colleyville by calling (214) 517-8457 and speak with a trained learning professional.

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