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04/11/2018


You should have a working relationship with your child's teacher. This is because making sure that your child is a good student, and an even better person, is a joint effort between the two of you. That's why, next time you go to meet them, you should be certain that you're asking the right questions to them.

What to Ask Your Child's Teacher

What's My Child's Social Status?

Children can behave differently at home than how they do in school. To get a better look at your child's relationships and how healthy they are, you should ask the teacher about them. Ask about bullying, their friends, and their general behavior.

What's My Child's Learning Style?

There are different learning styles: visual, auditory, kinesthetic, and more. Talk to the teacher to know how your child learns and how you should adapt to their learning style. If you already know, seek confirmation from the teacher.

What Information Do You Need?

The teacher may also find very valuable to know more about your child. That's why you should offer information if asked about it. This way, they will be able to provide more effective attention to your child.

How Can I Help?

Lastly, probably the most important question of all is "how can I help?" This will let the teacher know that you're involved and that you support them. This helps open up the dialogue between you two, which will ultimately benefit your child.

Call The Tutoring Center, Dubai UAE at (+971) 04 435 6548 if your child could use extra academic support.  You can schedule a free consultation, or enroll them in tutoring in Dubai UAE.

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