Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Nailing Your First Parent-Teacher Conference

Nailing Your First Parent-Teacher Conference:

Nailing Your First Parent-Teacher Conference

Parent-Teacher conference with student
Photo by Danny Peck
Effective parent-teacher conferences are critical to your students’ success and planning for them can be a challenge. Fortunately, NEA and its members are here to help. Watch “Before, During and After: Tips for a Successful First Parent-Teacher Conference,” a prerecorded webinar from three master educators sharing their best advice and tips on how to prepare, conduct, and follow-up after your meeting with parents.
Hosted by NEA’s Center for Organizing, the webinar features these master educators:
  • Anna Larsen, Utah second-grade teacher
  • Bob Erlandsen, Massachusetts middle-school science teacher
  • Rowena Shurn, consulting teacher in Maryland
Access the webinar (Flash player required) to learn more now.
Check out more teacher-tested tips on working with parents and guardians.
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