Submitted By: Deidre Dubin
All children have specific strengths and challenges. For the child with any type of learning difference, this takes on particular significance. The parent-teacher conference is a time for you to check in with your child’s progress and challenges.
Where does the teacher see the child’s strengths and challenges, academically, socially, with class participation and work habits such as following directions, staying on task, completing assignments, asking for help?
End the conference by summing up decisions you've made together.
- Deidre Dubin M.SC., Board Certified Educational Therapist
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