Any working relationship requires some finesse in navigating, so we asked the Edmentum team, many of whom are former teachers, for any tips that would be helpful for strengthening parent-teacher relationships. Here is a list that summarizes some of their responses!
Parents & families
With new technology, it’s important to ask questions and stay informed about how your child’s school plans to use it to support overall learning objectives. By being open, patient, flexible, and understanding, the right questions can help you understand the importance of technology in the classroom. Here are five questions you should ask your child’s teacher about edtech:
You know communication between teachers and parents is vital, but how do you actually make time for regular interactions to build those critical relationships? Here are nine tips to help you establish successful lines of communication.
Most children and their parents are familiar with the ACT® and SAT® college entrance exams. While preparing for these exams can be anxiety inducing and confusing, you can do a few things as a parent to lessen the stress on your child (and yourself). Educating yourself on the purpose of these exams and the ways they work is a lot simpler than you think. Here are five tips to help your child prepare for these exams.