Talk, listen and read between the lines at your parent-teacher conference. It’s important for your child’s future.
The majority of the time, the answer is no. But research on the topic is greatly ignored by administrators and teachers.
If your child is recommended for a gifted and talented program, or you feel they would benefit from one, take the time to review the components of the program and make sure it fits your child’s learning style and personality.
It’s important as a parent to know what is expected of your child. This knowledge will help you during parent conferences and as your child learns throughout the school year.
As a parent, I look forward to Back to School Night each year. As a teacher, though, Back to School Night is sometimes anxiety ridden.
Here are some ways that you can make your child’s transition a little easier.
Homework starts as early as kindergarten for most students. Here’s how parents can become more involved and make sure that homework is helping their child.
Our kids are growing up in a fast-paced, technology-savvy world. It’s important that we, as parents, understand this technology they are using.
Talking to your kids about bullying is important, because they may not know what is OK and what is not. Teachers and administrators might not know it’s going on, too.
It’s hard to believe, but the return of the school year is approaching quickly. And this means that there isn’t much time to complete that “Back to School” shopping.