How to Handle the Parent-Teacher Conference

It’s that time of year again – time for the semi-annual parent-teacher conference.

Although this type of meeting can strike fear into the hearts of all parties involved (even the students!), frequent contributor Janelle Cox today spells out methods for executing a good conference, including the most important factor: Always be prepared.

Janelle also states that for a teacher to carry out a good conference with parents, educators should start and end the meeting on a positive note, and she also recommends that teachers answer all questions, comments, and concerns.

22 Ways to Add Rigor to Your Classroom

Also today on, we list out 22 ways that teachers can add rigor to the classroom. Rigor is quite the educational buzzword of late, and writer Jacqui Murray wades through the jargon to give you operative tips on injecting rigor into your curriculum.

Some samples:

  • Expect inquiry.
  • Face unknown questions with a smile.
  • Focus on exceptional expectations.
  • Support students so they can reach high expectations.

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