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10/13/2014
An often neglected part of the educational process is creating a bond between parents and teachers. Being able to communicate in a clear manner with the people who are directly involved in the guidance of your children has many benefits, but it requires that both parts are engaged.

If you would like to find out how you can create a solid parent-teacher relationship, at The Tutoring Center in Hoover, we would like to provide some useful ideas. 

Introduce Yourself

A great moment to introduce yourself is at the beginning of the school year, however there are many other opportunities to strengthen the link: attend parent meetings, volunteer on class trips and other activities.

Share Information 

Make sure to share important information about your children with the teacher, which will allow him/her to delve into their situation. It can either be their interests, anecdotes or hobbies. 

Leave the Door Open

Let the teacher know you are willing and desire open communication -  email is the perfect way to keep you updated about your child’s progress, so be sure to exchange email addresses with your child’s teacher. Just remember, you should always respect their boundaries. 

School started a while ago, but that doesn’t mean you can’t establish open communication with your children's teacher, which can be very constructive for all parties involved. Also, be sure to read this post with some ideas to help your child get organized.

Don’t forget that at The Tutoring Center, we have programs to help your children develop the abilities they need to reach their academic potential. We also know that each of our students is different, that’s why we offer a free diagnostic assessment to find out more about their strengths and weaknesses. Think about us next time you are looking for tutoring in Hoover. 

If you wish to schedule a free consultation, please call (205) 987-9577.

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