A few weeks ago, I was contacted by contributing writer, Meghan Ross, for Care.com. Meghan was writing an article about Parent-Teacher conferences and wanted to know if we would like to be interviewed for the article. Well, of course we did, but we aren’t teachers, we’re parents, and we didn’t feel comfortable talking out of turn.
‘So, we reached out to our Contributing Education Writer, Anne Davis, and asked her if she wanted to give it a go. Anne has been both an elementary school teacher and a special education teacher for the past ten years. Needless to say, Anne was a terrific choice!
We’re pleased as punch that Anne was interviewed and quoted in the article, “20 Questions to Ask During a Parent-Teacher Conference.” You can see some of the article below, but head on over to Care.com to read the full version.
20 Questions to Ask During a Parent-Teacher Conference.
Know what to expect from a parent-teacher conference and the best questions to ask the teacher.
It’s back-to-school time! That means it’s time for new backpacks, new classmates, new teachers… and parent-teacher conferences. Get the most out of this meeting if you approach it as an opportunity to build a partnership with your child’s teacher — one that lasts all school year long.
Here, Debbie Shiabu, executive director of the Association of Private Schools; Anne Davis, education contributor for the parenting blog We Know Stuff; and Justin Baeder, director of The Principal Center, provide expert advice on effective questions to ask at your next parent-teacher conference…
Great Job Anne!
Denine & Daniele
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