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Posted on October 8, 2018 3:41 am
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eRuWaX
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Inquiry: Communicating with parents
What is the most common way to confront the parents of problem-students? Would it be appropriate to email a parent about the entire issue and leave it at that? Or does that not suffice? Is it imperative to meet a parent face to face, which can be inconvenient for the parent a lot of the time? I've witnessed parents becoming irate over a teacher orchestrating a conference over something they consider to be a small issue.
 
     
     
 
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Posted October 12, 2018 3:22 am

RamaJe
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I think that as a teacher you can address the issue first with an email. See how the parents responds to the situation. If the parent seems to also understand that the issue is an important issue to discuss, plan a parent teacher conference. If the parent does not see the issue as being a big deal, explain the issue more and explain how important it is to discuss the issue.
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