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Questions to Ask at a Parent-Teacher Conference

At the beginning of the school year, it's not uncommon for teachers to hold parent-teacher conferences. These short meetings offer the perfect chance to get to know your child's teacher and their plans for the school year. To ensure no time is wasted at your conference, show up prepared with some questions. To help you come up with questions, check out the suggestions below.

Ask About Performance at School

As a parent, you may be fully aware of your child's performance at home. While this may be telling about their overall performance, it's still worth asking about how your child is doing while at school and in the classroom. You may be surprised to learn they're easily distracted, have a hard time socializing, or any number of other things you can't necessarily become aware of at home. Learning these things can help you act so you can get to the root of the issue and resolve it.

Ask How You Can Make a Difference at Home

If your child is struggling at school, you can work at home to help resolve some of their issues. Ask the teacher if they have suggestions that can help you target your child's struggle areas after school. Since teachers tend to be well-connected and know different techniques that can help, your child's teacher may be happy to share tips and resources you can use at home.

Share Any Concerns You Have

If you've noticed struggles while at home, informing the teacher about them during your conference is valid. On top of this, you may have concerns about things coming up in the school year, such as standardized tests. It's best to ask questions and clear up concerns so that things go smoothly moving forward.

Academic Tutoring in Columbus OH

If your child could use some help reaching their academic goals, The Tutoring Center, Columbus OH is happy to help! They offer a number of academic programs that can help your child stay on the right track. To learn more about tutoring in Columbus, give their learning center a call at (614) 459-0091. Don't forget to ask about your free diagnostic assessment!


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