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3 Simple Ways to Improve Communication with Parents - Teaching Exceptional Kinders

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 […]

What Parents Want - Tips from a Teacher Mom about Parent Communication

Parent involvement has a direct impact on student achievement. Becoming a mom really changed this teacher's perspective about parent communication. Use these tips to improve your communication with parents today!

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Learn how to use these FREE Parent Communication Logs to document student behavior and academic progress in your classroom. Yay classroom management!

Parent - Teacher Conference Prep!

Is it about that time for you? Time to get ready for those parent-teacher conferences? Luckily, I had mine about two weeks ago. I have the same system I follow each year to prep for conferences and it honestly makes life super easy and stress free! When I prep for conferences, I pull out a file folder where I keep student work for the year. I keep things like math tests, sight word data, writing examples and reading assessments. When I am doing a conference I simply pull that stuff out to…

Parent-Teacher Communication Folder

At the beginning of the school year I make each student their own daily folder, also known as their "Take Home Folder." This folder i...

6 Ways to Keep Parents "In the Know" - Mrs. D's Corner

As teachers, it's important to keep the parent teacher communication open. Learn how to build rapport with 6 ways to keep parents in the know.

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When teachers and parents work together, they can prepare students for academic success. When parents and teachers communicate, parents are more likely to trust teachers and appreciate their impact. Visit the link below to hear more about the importance of parent/teacher communication from one of our Family Engagement Coordinators.
How to Deal With Difficult Parents As A Teacher
Emily Boucher has taught both preschool and kindergarten in NYC. Emily and her friend and fellow teacher, Amy, started a company called Work and Play where they provide individualized early childhood consulting. Emily lives in Connecticut with her husband and her 5 kids where she teaches preschool. In this episode, we talk about helping our kids learn to play independently, communication as parents with teachers, and we encourage you to let there be messes sometimes.
As special education teachers, data collection is a HUGE part of our job. We collect data for IEP goals, to determine accommodations and modifications for students, to communicate with parents, and more. As you collect data it’s important to gather data from general education teachers. Here are 5 simple ways to collect data from general education teachers. These data collection methods will make collecting data simple for both you and your general education teachers. Find these methods here.