12 Signs It’s Time to Talk With Your Child’s Teacher
The Understood Team
At a Glance
You can ask to meet or talk with the teacher any time.
If your child shows signs of struggling, let the teacher know.
Signs could include not wanting to go to school or suddenly behaving differently.
It can be hard to know when to reach out to teachers. If your child is struggling with something, you may wonder if the challenges are “serious enough” to bring up. Should you take up the teacher’s time now or wait until parent-teacher conferences? And
how often is too often to contact the teacher?
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Teachers can be great sources of information and advice. They can shed light on what’s happening in the classroom and give you a sense of your child’s strengths and weaknesses.
If you have any questions or concerns about your child, you can ask to meet or talk at any time. But here are 12 signs that it’s time to reach out.
You see your child is struggling with
writing, and other areas of learning.