Classroom confidential: Teachers’ tips for parents | Today’s Parent

“If you have questions, concerns or complaints, or need more information, we teachers want to help and we’ll make ourselves available outside class time. But, Todd cautions, “never question the teacher’s authority or put her down in front of your child. If he perceives that you don’t like or respect the teacher, it can shut down learning for the rest of that school year.” Of course you don’t have to love the teacher, but you’ll do your child a favour by keeping negative feelings to yourself. Badmouthing the teacher “may just be the greatest disservice that you have paid your child,” says Todd.”

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