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Love this student self-assessment.  It made managing student behavior so much easier and improved parent communication.  This was the perfect classroom management tip!

Love this student self-assessment. It made managing student behavior so much easier and improved parent communication. This was the perfect classroom management tip!

I cannot believe how fast this school year has gone so far.  We started scheduling Parent Teacher Conferences and I wanted to try some Student Self Evaluation this year. I created this FREEBIE packet

I cannot believe how fast this school year has gone so far. We started scheduling Parent Teacher Conferences and I wanted to try some Student Self Evaluation this year. I created this FREEBIE packet

The perfect classroom management strategy. This FREE weekly self-assessment has saved me so much time, improved parent communication, and given my students ownership! Love!

The perfect classroom management strategy. This FREE weekly self-assessment has saved me so much time, improved parent communication, and given my students ownership! Love!

My Self-Reflection Report Card {FREEBIE} by Good Enough Teacher | TpT

Description This student-friendly report card was designed for use at meet-the-teacher night, parent-teacher conferences, or at the end of each term when you send home report cards with your students. Help students take ownership of their learning by completing this self-evaluation form and set some goals for the upcoming term. My students LOVE making their own report card during parent-teacher conferences; I make one copy for my files, and one copy for the students to take home (many of…

Upper Elementary Snapshots: Successful Parent Teacher Conferences

Participating in Parent Teacher Conferences can be a stressful part of being a teacher. You want what is best for your students. Sharing areas of strength and other positives is the easy part. Presenting concerns can be uncomfortable for both you and parents. I am approaching my twelfth year of parent teacher conferences. There are times that I am nervous, but by now I have a routine and things that I do to every year that help to make them successful. Prior to Conferences Send out your…

An Upper Elementary Collaborative blog written by 13 teachers. Includes teaching ideas and resources for grades 3, 4, and 5.

Part of our jobs as teacher is to sit down with parents once or twice a year to discuss their children's progress and to set goals for future success. I always thought it was funny how parents and teachers get together to have these conversations, and to make decisions about a student's learning. For me, the missing link was always the student. As a teacher who has spent (almost) her entire career working with upper grade students, I started to realize that these students really needed to be…

Parent teacher conferences can go one of two ways and so I am excited to bring to you some tips... Read Post

Here are 7 Parent Teacher Conference Tips and Tricks for primary teachers, along with a few FREEBIES to help you get started!