Following up after a Reactive Conversation

Guidance, Family Engagement

Ideally, there should be five positive communications for every negative one. As teachers, we inevitably have to have tough conversations about behavior, attendance, or academics. In a perfect world, the strong relationships you’ve built with families will make these conversations solutions-oriented and productive. After having a reactive conversation, it’s important to follow up with the family. It shows them that their involvement in the problem solving process is invaluable.

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