Parent Communication can be hard as a New Teacher.
In my first year of teaching, I was so terrified that I was going to upset a parent, that I would shake when I talked to them.
I would dread phone calls and I was constantly worried that someone was going to come in upset.
After several years, however, I have learned the dos and don’ts of Parent Communication. Now, I don’t dread talking to my parents. Actually, I enjoy it.
What’s better is that even my parents are more excited to reach out. And when they do have a problem, they address it as a “let’s work together” attitude.
Now, I am not afraid of communicating with my families and messing up. And that is all thanks to the climate and environment I created for my families.
So if you are a new teacher or just need some practical tips that you can use right now to transform your Parent Communication, then this post is for you.
Today we are going to cover:
- Why is Parent Communication so Important for Teachers?
- How to Have Positive Parent Communication Right Now.
- How to Not Only Calm But Transform Upset Families (In case it does happen)
So grab some coffee, relax, and let’s get started!Read more