The two essential pillars for progressive education in a child’s life are parents and teachers. Without their combined interest and effective communication, a child cannot achieve much. For teachers, it is important to strike a dialogue with parents to keep them abreast of their child’s progress that includes reporting on academic performance, cognitive and personality skill development. For parents, it is equally important to trust the teachers and give them enough space and authority to guide the child in the right direction. There are no set rules to achieve the ultimate cordial milestone for parent-teachers; what matters most in the effort and the awareness of how their coordinated guidance can enhance the child’s growth.
Keeping transparent communication between teachers and parents is essential to providing students with the best education possible. Each child is unique so remember to keep an adaptive approach to ensure that their physical, social, emotional, and cognitive needs are met through a holistic learning environment.