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09/08/2016
Having a working, civil relationship with your child's new teacher can help you be more involved and informed about their learning experience. For a few tips on how you can build that relationship with the teacher, refer to the post below.

How to Build a Relationship with Your Child's Teacher

  1. Let's begin with the basics: the first thing you should do is introduce yourself to the new teacher, tell them your name, your child's name, and give them your contact information (as you may never know when it could be needed). Likewise, be sure to learn the teacher's name and also ask for their contact information, and if they are available to answer school questions after hours.
  2. Needless to say, it's also important that you communicate with the teacher effectively and even share information on your child. For example, let them know about your child's strengths and weaknesses. Moreover, keep in touch with them to know how your child is doing academically. You can both work together to help your child become a better learner.
  3. Finally, if you want to establish a good relationship with your child's teacher, it's a good idea to get involved with their school activities. Many schools have meetings, presentations, and even bake sales that you can be a part of to show your support for your child's academic efforts.

For Tutoring in Foster City CA

If your child requires extra assistance to face the challenges of this next school year, contact The Tutoring Center, Foster City CA at (650) 638-9163. One-on-one tutoring in Foster City CA can provide the academic support they require to succeed.

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