How to Use Parent Teacher Conferences as an Opportunities to Improve Behavior

It’s that time of year again.

When the leaves start to turn…and your stomach, too.

Because parent teacher conferences are about to begin and that means some potentially not so great news. Or uncomfortable news. Or reminders of the improvements that you’ve been trying to make with your small being.

It’s not easy to sit with a stranger and have her or him tell you about your child or to be the one telling a stranger about their child. It’s an inherently uncomfortable setup.

And this is why I decided to spend an entire Ask Me Anything Session on the topic.

I dove into the essential strategies for making this the best parent/teacher conference yet.


Insight Into Action!

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