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It's not always a good thing when you're just ready to fire off emails.
Read this before you hit "send" on that flaming-mad email.
Things will look up for you and your students when you adopt a positive attitude in the classroom.
If you don't think your bad mood matters to your students, read this.
Parents want their children to learn life skills, such as independence, along with academics.
Parents value life skills as much (and sometimes more) than curriculum.
One communication method might not fit for all parents.
End the drama with your students' parents with these tools.
If difficult parents are adding to your teaching stress, keep your cool and use these tips.
Stop the struggle with difficult parents now by using these strategies.
These do's and don'ts for IEP meetings can help things go more smoothly.
Some excellent tips to navigate these sensitive meetings.
Establish clear guidelines and boundaries, and choose the right parents for the job.
It's important to realize that kids aren't the only ones who are nervous.
Create strong parent-teacher relationships with these tips.
Parent-teacher communication can (unfortunately) lead to conflict.