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Parent-Teacher Conferences: How Dare You Judge My Child!

Parent teacher conferences always make me nervous. Something about sitting down at a tiny desk with another adult who essentially is going to judge my child feels extremely uncomfortable. 792 more words


Conference Panic

It is conference time. We have organized parent packets, completed assessments to show, wrapped up our narrative writing, printed report cards, and had the children fill out a self eval. 864 more words

For Teachers: Successful Parent-Teacher Conferences

It’s that dreaded time of year: parent-teacher conferences. No one really likes them. Students become antsy, parents become overly sensitive, and teachers drink heavily to make it through the long days (coffee, that is). 851 more words


Name that Tune: Parent/Teacher Conference Style

About three weeks ago now, I experienced my first set of parent/teacher conferences.  I was looking forward to them:  getting to meet parents, talk with them about their child’s progress in my class, and seeing how close or far the apple landed from the parental tree.   696 more words

Reflections Of A Teacher Candidate

Parent-Teacher Conferences

For my school, November means parent teacher conferences. At the high school level, these meetings can feel a little forced and a lot awkward. You dread seeing parents of the kids who are acting up, but the parents you see the most are of your best students. 376 more words


November 19, 2015

I drove to work today. The traffic was a great reminder why I take the train. I needed my car because I had parent teacher conferences in the evening. 630 more words