Parent-Teacher Conference Kit

Both teachers and parents feel anxiety when meeting for a Parent-Teacher Conference, and preparing questions to ask before you go will help alleviate the anxiety, increase confidence, and ensure you walk away with all you need to help and encourage your child in school.

Before you go, determine what your child’s experience is in school.

The answers to these questions will help you formulate questions to ask. For example, if your child is complaining that the teacher does not like him you might ask:

Prepare yourself for the conference not just with questions but with the right attitude and information to give.

For a complete list of possible questions and tips for the following situation email Discovery Counseling Center and we will return your email with a complete Parent-Teacher Conference Kit to help you with the next conference.

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