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How to Talk So Teachers Will Listen: Communication Strategies That Work

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A teacher’s negative comments about a student’s performance rarely motivate the child to do better. It’s quite likely, rather, that this criticism will anger and upset the child and the child’s parents.When this happens, how should parents communicate effectively without putting the teacher on the defensive?

More broadly, how can we solve problems without others immediately disagreeing or rejecting what we have to say?First, ask yourself these two questions:Goals can be easily derailed if the words we use to communicate these goals elicit resistance rather than cooperation.

I have had this experience when recommending one of my favorite strategies for nurturing self-worth, motivation, and resilience in students with ADHD: giving them opportunities at school to help others, such as reading to a younger child, assisting in the office, taking care of a class pet, or raising money for a charity.

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