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  1. Perfect Phrases for Classroom Teachers: Hundreds of Ready-to-Use Phrases for Parent-Teacher Conferences, Report Cards, IEPs and Other School (Perfect Phrases Series) by Christine Canning Wilson, 2009-09-22
  2. Changing the View: Student-Led Parent Conferences (Teacher to Teacher) by Terri Austin, 1994-11-10
  3. NAKED Parent Teacher Conference (NAKED Series) (Erotic Fiction) by Kendall Swan, 2009-06-19
  4. How Parent Teacher Conferences Build Partnerships (Fastback ; 132) by Robert I. Canady, 1979-06
  5. The Easy Breezy Guide to Parent-Teacher Conference Success: A Reference Book to Help New Teachers by Easy Breezy Parent-Teacher Conference Help Reference Team, 2009
  6. Student Led Teacher Parent Conferences by John Allen, Nancy Little, 1990-06
  7. Parent-Teacher Conference Essential Folder by Scholastic, 2005-01-01
  8. Parent- Teacher Conferences by Virginia; Strang, Ruth Bailard, 1964-01-01
  9. Putting Parents At Ease: [Audio CDs] 9 Keys to Effective Parent-teacher Conferences by Jim Fay, 1998
  10. CLASSROOM PRACTICE: Creating Comfortable and Productive Parent/Teacher Conferences.: An article from: Phi Delta Kappan by Brenda A. Stevens, Andrew Tollafield, 2003-03-01
  11. Conferring With Amanda's Mom.(pertinent information to be included in parent-teacher conferences): An article from: Childhood Education by Leah D. Adams, Judith Williston, et all 1999-01-01
  12. Putting Parents at Ease: Nine Keys to Effective Parent-Teacher Conferences by Jim Fay, 1998-08
  13. Parent-Teacher Conferences.: An article from: Childhood Education by Bernard Cesarone, 2000-03-22
  14. How To Handle Difficult Parent/Teacher Conferences (The Love and Logic Library of Practical Solutions) by Jim Fay, 1993

1. Parent-Teacher Conferences
Studentled teacher parent conferences. Toronto, ON Lugus, 1988.
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Parent-Teacher Conferences
The following is a guide to information, including books av materials journal articles and websites available through the Reference Library at Library Media Services in the Winnipeg School Division No. 1 on "Parent-Teacher Conferences." If you wish to obtain any of the information, please call the Reference Library at 788-0203 ext. 143, or come down and visit our library. We are located in the Prince Charles Educational Resource Centre at 1075 Wellington Avenue.
371.1 AUS
Austen, Terri. Changing the view : Student-led parent conferences. Portsmouth, NH : Heinemann, c1994. viii : 106 p. : ill. 371.103 BEN
Benson, Barbara. Student-led conferencing using showcase portfolios. Thousand Oaks, CA : Corwin Press, c1999. xi, 148 p. : ill. 372.11 LIT
Little, Nancy. Student-led teacher parent conferences. Toronto, ON : Lugus, 1988. 37 p. : ill.
KIT 371.19 LEE
SUMMARY: Shows teachers an in-depth approach on how to establish positive relationships with parents and acquire their cooperation for the school's academic, discipline and homework efforts. Parents participating in this program will learn what they can do at home to help their children reach their fullest potential for success in school. A KITVH01385 VTR 371.103 STU

2. Teacher Parent Conferences
teacher parent conferences. Parents are encouraged to visit the schooland have conferences with teachers. Teachers will schedule
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Teacher Parent Conferences
Parents are encouraged to visit the school and have conferences with teachers. Teachers will schedule parent conferences as needed at a mutually convenient time. Please do not hesitate to contact the school office if you have any concern regarding your child's school work. In addition to teacher conferences, the guidance counselor in each building is available to discuss any problem or concern you may have. Please call the school office to schedule a meeting.

3. Teacher/Parent Conferences
teacher/parent conferences. Having a teacher Conference. Stock No.51742, Making parent-teacher conferences Work for Your Child .
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Y ou've been asked to attend a regularly scheduled "report card" conference with your child's teacher. Or you've gotten a special note from your child's teacher asking to see you. In either case, you might be a little nervous. Well, relax. Teachers don't want to put parents on the spot. They just like to meet with parents from time to time to discuss how to help students do their best in school. All children learn in different ways. They have their own individual personalities, and their own listening and work habits. To help their students learn new knowledge and skills, teachers must know as much as they can about each child's likes and dislikes. No one knows more about these things than you, the parents. And no one has more influence over your children than you. That's why teachers need your help to do a first-class job. Working together, you and the teacher can help your child have a successful school year.

4. The Highs And Lows Of Parent-Teacher Conferences
1, No. 2 Spring/Summer 1997) The Highs and Lows of parent-teacher conferences By Holly Holland out Dena Kent's unusual approach to the parent-teacher conference. Student-led conferences emphasize responsibility
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(Vol. 1, No. 2 - Spring/Summer 1997) Back to index
Parent conference TIPS for teachers

Life can be tough if you're a 7th grader at a parent-teacher conference (photo)

The Highs and Lows of Parent-Teacher Conferences
By Holly Holland Eric Walthall, a seventh-grader with brown hair and wire glasses, sits at a classroom conference table with his mother Tammy and his language arts teacher Dena Kent. Eyes cast downward and palms sweating, he's giving a report of his recent progress at Iroquois Middle School.
"I know I talk too much in school," he says to his mother. "I wanted you to hear this from me first. Other than that, I got pretty good grades."
Reading from his self-evaluation, Eric describes his goals: to do more independent reading, to become a veterinarian, to concentrate in class.
Kent congratulates him for his candor and his willingness to see his positive and negative traits. Then she gently asks him a series of questions designed to draw him out.
"You say you deserve an A in your (writing) portfolio, but you got a B," she says. After hesitating a moment, Eric admits that he has missed some assignment deadlines.
"Why is that, Eric?" Kent asks.

5. 27 Tips For Parent Conferences
A packet of information and fun pages for teachers to help them start the year! Includes poems and other ideas for teachers. Catalog. Monthly Features. Mentoring. teacher Preparation. Professional Resources. Classroom Resources In routine parent conferences, it's unusual to run into parents who are
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Invite both parents.
Encourage both parents to attend conferences when possible. Misunderstandings are less common if both parents hear what you have to say, and you'll be able to gauge the kind of support both parents give the child. (Of course, remember that both mother and father may not be available. Today, when some 60 percent of adult women work outside the home, it may not always be the mother who's available to meet. And many children come from single-parent homes; you could unwittingly hurt a child's feelings by always asking to meet the "mother.")
Make contact early. You'll get your relationship with parents off to a good start if you contact them early in the year, perhaps with a memo or newsletter sent home to all pupils. Give parents an outline of what their children will be studying, and let them know you'll be happy to meet with them during the year. (Be sure to say how and when they may contact you for conferences.)
Allow enough time.

6. Parent Teacher Conferences In Daycare
Successfully plan a parent teacher conference and share a child's daycare experience meta name= parent teacher conferences. There is a concern about Talika's speech delay.
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There is a concern about Talika's speech delay. Vince's temper has become an issue. Developmental progress reports are completed. These are some reasons a caregiver may have parent-teacher conferences. These meetings are also prime opportunities to learn more about the child and forge a partnership with parents. It is advisable to establish an open line of communication and friendly rapport with parents before sitting down to a structured conference. Daily informal conversations may also seve as an effective way to share information, address concerns, and celebrate progress. While planning the meeting it is crucial to be sensitive to the fact parents may come to the table with many different values and concerns. A parent's own cultural background and childhood are strong influences on their expectations for their child's development and behavior. The caregiver needs to insure they communicate respect for this as they promote an open dialoge about the care of the child.

7. Teacher-Parent Collaboration
and upcoming homework assignments on the Internet has improved the performance ofmy students and reduced the number of teacherparent conferences I have had
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8. Parent-Teacher Conferences
Sample Contract Language from AFT Contracts by Topic The responsibility of the teacher to be available for conferences with parents is recognized as a teachers professional responsibility. teacherparent Communications. Rochester - parent-teacher conferences. San Francisco - parent-teacher Conference
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Distribute the information on child development and helping parents respond to report cards at your conferences. Use the printables to help you organize and plan for conferences.
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Proficiency Notice

Use this note to send good news home about a student's progress. Good News Report
Use this printable to keep the positive lines of communication open. Parental Conference Consensus Sheet
Ask each person at a parent-teacher conference to complete this sheet to be certain of consensus. Conference Thank You
Give parents positive feedback for participating in a parent-teacher conference. Parent Conference Considerations
A list of issues to consider before you begin parent conferences.

9. Parent-Teacher Conferences
parentteacher conferences. Distribute the information on child developmentand helping parents respond to report cards at your conferences.
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Distribute the information on child development and helping parents respond to report cards at your conferences. Use the printables to help you organize and plan for conferences.
Information and Organizers
Proficiency Notice

Use this note to send good news home about a student's progress. Good News Report
Use this printable to keep the positive lines of communication open. Parental Conference Consensus Sheet
Ask each person at a parent-teacher conference to complete this sheet to be certain of consensus. Conference Thank You
Give parents positive feedback for participating in a parent-teacher conference. Parent Conference Considerations
A list of issues to consider before you begin parent conferences.

10. Teacher/Parent Conferences (Teacher Tips) - Suite101.com
parent/teacher conferences are supposed to be encouraged. teacher/parent conferences(teacher Tips) Author Deborah Jeter Published on September 11, 1998.
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  • Their work load is already so great that they would find it difficult to confer with parents face to face when a phone call would save time.
  • They are afraid of confrontational parents that come in feeling very threatened and defensive.

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12. The OLC School
teacher parent(s) conferences At no time should you be in doubtof your child's progress. You are notified of his/her progress
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At no time should you be in doubt of your child's progress. You are notified of his/her progress through deficiency notices and report cards. If you still have questions or feel that there has been a misunderstanding, please call the school for an appointment with the teacher or principal. Students who wish to talk with a teacher about any problem should request a conference with the teacher before or after school, or at a time convenient to both during the day. Teachers may also request conferences with a student in order to give or arrange individual help, or to clarify misunderstandings.
Appointments with School Personnel
Parents who wish to meet with the Principal, a teacher, or any member of the School Staff must contact the person to arrange a mutually convenient meeting time. For the sake of good order in the school, parents may not approach staff members during the school day without arranging an appointment beforehand. Staff members who wish to communicate with the parents of a student may do so by phone, letter or at a mutually convenient appointment. Teachers will not schedule an appointment at times that could conflict with teaching or supervisory duties. When appointments are made, both the parent and the staff member should be aware of the purpose of the conference so that all concerned may be appropriately prepared.

13. Mr Ratliff's History Classes - History Online
parentteacher conferences. According to all research in the field of education,parents play a major role in the education of high school students.
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According to all research in the field of education, parents play a major role in the education of high school students. Because of this fact, I encourage all parents to visit with me and discuss any aspect of their child's education. Unfortunately time restraints become a major problem with setting up conferences with many parents. Because of this I have constructed some easy steps to setting up a conference with me.
Steps to take
Step 1 Email me at harpo1@ebicom.net and place in the subject area "Conference". In the body of the email just tell me who you are, your child's name, and the best time to set up a conference. Step 2 I will reply to your email and we will discuss and confirm a time to meet at the high school. The ideal time for a conference is during my conference period but on some days I am able to schedule before and after school.
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  • Because of confidentiality issues, I cannot discuss grades or discipline over the internet.

14. AFT: Research: Model Programs: Contract Language: Parent Teacher Conferences
A. teacherparent conferences contribute greatly to improving the publicschoolÂ’s relationship with the community which each school serves.
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  • CINCINNATI - Professional Responsibilities a. General Responsibilities (1) Parent and student conferences to report and evaluate pupil progress. The parties agree that involving parents in the school and with their children's education, including regular communication with parents, is very important to student success. Teachers are encouraged to develop and implement a plan for maintaining contact with parents regarding student progress. Parents are encouraged to contact teachers if they have concerns about student progress. However, neither parents nor other visitors shall be permitted to interrupt class or come to a teacher's room during class time unless they have made an appointment with the teacher. Parents and other visitors shall be required to check in at the school office. DADE COUNTY (MIAMI)
  • 15. AFT: Research: Sample Contracts--ROCHESTER: Section 20 - Parent-Teacher Conferen
    SECTION 20 parentteacher conferences. 1. It is recognized that some parentconferences may not be completed within the regular school day.
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    1. It is recognized that some parent conferences may not be completed within the regular school day. There shall be four parent-teacher conference dates each year. Every effort shall be made to schedule the four parent-teacher conference dates on separate days for elementary, middle and senior high schools.
    2. Two of the four scheduled parent-teacher conference shall occur in the evening on two (2) half days of released time.
    3. Two of the four parent-teacher conference dates shall be established as a site option by the School-based Planning team. One such conference shall be scheduled during February of each year. 4. A city-wide evening parent-teacher conference date shall be scheduled between the 24th and 28th instructional days of each school year, and the last city-wide evening parent conference date shall be scheduled during the second or third week in May of each school year.

    16. MiddleWeb | Successful School Conferences
    Letting Middle Graders Lead parent conferences A seventhgrade teacherexplains how her team involves students in teacher-parent conferences.
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    Successful School Conferences Here's a growing collection of resources about parent-teacher, parent-team, and student-led school conferences.
    How to Run Successful Parent-Team Conferences
    "Only by forming an alliance can parents and teachers effectively work together to help students negotiate the treacherous path through the middle school years," writes education professor and former middle grades teacher Howard M. Miller. "One potent tool for creating parent-teacher bonds at the middle level is the parent-team conference." ("Middle Matters" magazine, Fall 1998.) The Highs and Lows of Parent-Teacher Conferences This 1997 story profiles several parent-teacher conferences in Louisville KY, some more successful than others. A sidebar offers some parent conference tips for teachers. Letting Middle Graders Lead Parent Conferences A seventh-grade teacher explains how her team involves students in teacher-parent conferences. "Students show parents some of their work and explain their grades at a student-led conference.... The format is important, but I believe the success of a student-led conference is most determined by how well students are prepared." (Middle Matters magazine, Fall 1998) Student-Led Conferences: A Growing Trend For years parent-teacher conferences have been the primary means of parent-teacher communication. But now, many schools are trying something new student-led conferences that communicate not only how a student's doing but also why. Education World describes the trend. (April 1999)

    17. Scholastic - Parent Conferences
    parent teacher conferences Spring is the season for secondround parentconferences. Successful parent-teacher conferences. Send-Home Resources.
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    Spring is the season for second-round parent conferences. Prepare with Scholastic resources that put you in the lead and reassure parents. Professional Articles Planning for Parent Conferences Handle with Care Tips from Teachers Establishing Friendly Partnerships Audio Resources Successful Parent-Teacher Conferences
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    18. Parent Conferences: Sample Teacher Conference Form
    Sample teacher Conference Form Name of Child. Parents. Date, Grade. StudentStrengths Observed by teacher Student Needs Observed by teacher
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  • Teacher: Complete form prior to scheduled conference. from Instructor magazine
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    20. IU East Beginning Teacher Mentor Program - Parent Conferences
    Strategies for Successful parent conferences. A period of high stressfor all educators is parentteacher conferences. There is nothing
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    Strategies for Successful Parent Conferences
    A period of high stress for all educators is Parent-Teacher conferences. There is nothing quite like teaching all day and then facing the parents of kids you've just been in mortal combat with for the past seven hours. Can we all say "splitting headache?" Most teachers start the meetings feeling tired and try their best to manage for the evening sessions. Some districts are starting to also provide a "day" session for parents because there are an increasing number of 2nd shift workers who are unable to make evening meetings. This has the advantage of letting the kids out of school for the day so teachers can rest up a little before the conferences. The first advice is a no brainer...get some rest. As simple as this sounds it cannot be overemphasized. How many of us are better at handling difficult situations when we are rested? My guess would be 100%. When you know you've got a difficult couple of days ahead, do yourself a favor and get some extra sleep. Not only will it make the parent-teacher conferences a lot more enjoyable in general but it will minimize the possibility of losing your cool with parents. When teachers (and people in general) are tired they are much more irritable and must less able to tolerate frustrating circumstances.

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