Tips to help mend fences between your child and their least-favorite instructor.
The school year is now in full swing, however your child is not. They were excited about the first day of school and now they dread going. Why? They don’t like their teacher. Unfortunately, kids will not always like their instructors (we don’t always like OUR bosses, do we?) However, it is important for them to learn that they will not always like people they have to interact with in life.
Here are three important steps to helping your child deal with a teacher who inspires little enthusiasm about school:
Find Out Why They Don’t Like Him/Her: This is crucial for elementary school kids, because it is important that they have a good rapport with teachers during these developmental years. as this is the foundation of their education. As they get older, the kids will learn to tolerate people teachers they do not care for, but when they are younger they should have little-to-no distractions while learning and growing at school. So why don’t they like this person? Your child may be surprised to discover, after talking with you, that their hostile feelings are unfounded, or that the issues they have with said teacher are smaller than they may have thought.
Talk With The Teacher: If your child presents solid justifications, then you should have a discussion with the teacher (without your child). Set up an appointment and talk about classroom guidelines and what is expected of your child. By showing the teacher you are concerned and will be involved with your child’s education process, the teacher will likely be encouraged to be more accommodating to your child’s needs.
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