Parent-teacher conferences do not have to be the dreaded time that children perceive them to be, even after many years. In fact, even the teachers and parents also feel apprehensive about meeting each other every time this conference is scheduled. Here are some tips for teachers that can help to create an environment that is conducive to the easy exchange of ideas.
Involve all the kids and parents in activities together. This way the parents will know the level of activities happening in the school and you can ensure that the child does not dread to come to the conference. You need a positive dialogue and improvement in the children’s performance so suggest corrective measures if the parents are agreeable. Always be easy-going and composed.