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Unformatted text preview: walls. This behavior should also transfer into the classroom. Also as a teacher, make sure that the child or children’s parents are involved in his/her school work, after school activities, and behavior. Sending progress reports home, even if the school doesn’t require you to issue them; making sure that the parents sign them and also calling the parents if you do not receive a report back to keep the parent abreast of all situations at school. Keeping the children in active after school programs that help them mentally as well as physically and socially will help keep a healthy relationship between parent and teacher. Constant conference with students and parents will help to aid in health and calm environment at home and also in the classroom....
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- Spring '11
- Psychology, Garland D. Jones