Tally Traning directly with experienced teachers
Parental involvement enhances student success. A first step toward involvement is communicating with your student and teacher. Effective communication consists of meeting with the teacher, being a positive partner in the learning experience, and keeping lines of communication open. There are tips for communicating effectively with teachers:
Provide information that will help the teacher get to know your child as an individual. Include relevant information such as allergies, behavior issues (tendency to be distracted, for instance), learning issues, gst and tally. Ask the teacher about expectations regarding homework and what to do if there are problems with homework.
Find out the best way to contact the teacher. Ask for times when it is convenient to talk. Don’t expect them to be able to talk if you happen to be at the school and run into them.
In e-mail communication, Open with phrases such as “Can we talk about…?” Use “I” statements such as “I’m confused about…” so you don’t put the teacher on the defensive. Assist with homework, help your learn time management skills, talk about school matters at home. Try to focus on solutions and work with the teacher to come up with a healthy plan to help your Students to learn.