I usually send letters out every Friday with the concepts that will be taught

I usually send letters out every friday with the

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I usually send letters out every Friday with the concepts that will be taught in class the following week. I also have learning packages sent out home to be done during the whole month. Since students are just learning the basics, they need parent help at home, so the best way to communicate with them is though notes and letters. Being so busy during the day, when are you and your colleagues able to come together and cooperate on planning and sharing ideas on instruction for your kindergarten class? We are currently three four kindergarten teachers in the whole school. We usually find the time to get together during lunch time because we have free
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lunch duty, in which other administrators monitor the class in the lunchroom. We also have free time to get together and discuss planning and activities when students are in P.E, Art and Music. What advice would you give a new teacher on how to best interact with parents? I would tell them to be straight open with each and one of them. Parents love informative teachers because they give them assurance that their child is having a great education. Therefore, as a new teacher they must show parents confidence, they can do that by inviting them over for a discussion on how the student is doing and giving the parent ideas on how to help in their education.
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