Ways of Cooperation Between Teachers & Parents During a Given Report Card

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Cooperation between teachers and parents is key for the development of children of all ages. Learn about ways of cooperation between teachers and parents with help from a psychologist in this free video clip.

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This is Dr. Jeff Gardere, “America’s Psychologist,” discussing proper ways of cooperating between teachers and parents during a given report card time. The report card provides information to parents on their child’s behavior, attitude, and, most importantly, learning. The following are some tips as to how to enhance the report card experience, and glean the most important information so you can get the most comprehensive picture as to how your child is doing in school. Every time a report card is sent home, a parent should make an appointment with the teacher to go over it thoroughly. As part of this report card meeting, determine what you can do to help your child improve her school and/or social performance. Finally, you should not rely on the report card alone to give you a snapshot of your child’s work and performance. At various times during the year, you should be trading notes and phone calls with the teacher. And, most importantly, attend parent-teacher meetings as often as you can. This is Dr. Jeff Gardere, “America’s Psychologist,” with the proper ways of cooperating between teachers and parents during a given report card time.

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