Talking to Teachers: What Way Works Best?

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communication"Email is best with our schedule...There are certain times of the year we end up with a flurry of emails and that is when the quarter is going to end and I see missing assignments. This way [via email] things get fixed in a hurry, " says jns131.

The mom here was responding to another mother's inquiry about communicating with teachers and it got me thinking about exactly that: the art of talking to teachers.

At every level of a child's education, there is usually a slight shift in the way teachers and parents communicate--elementary school is typically the most hands on and high school the least. But what is the best way to be heard by teachers? Which way is most effective?

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When it comes to communicating with your child's teacher, you prefer to:

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