“… and then that hostile parent walks in. Yelling, blaming, irate – at you.
What do you do?”
We know how stressful the looming parent teacher conferences can be. Even seasoned teachers often dread them. We know how much you care about your students and that you’re just looking for allies in your students’ parents… and then that hostile parent walks in. Yelling, blaming, irate – at you. What do you do? You need a plan that works, steps you can follow.
Well, you’re in luck.
“You can BE CONFIDENT before, during and after your parent teacher conferences.”
Michael Grinder, the author of ENVoY – Your Personal Guide to Classroom Management, holds the record for classroom observations and world renown expert in non-verbal communication has created “the” survival guide to hostile parent teacher conferences. “Hostile Parent Conference: Avoiding a Cat Fight” is the defacto step-by-step guide to being confident before, during and after a parent teacher conference.
You may be thinking, “Gosh I don’t want to spend the time or money to invest into this, I just want to do my job by genuinely teaching my students and manage my stress level.”
Again, you’re in luck:
- The ebook is ONLY $1.95
- DOWNLOADABLE pdf (eBook)
- SHORT READ with step-by-step actionable directions
If parent teacher conferences are just around the corner for you, do yourself a favor and buy “Hostile Parent Conference: Avoiding a Cat Fight”. You’ll get the step-by-step information you need and when that hostile parent shows up (even the best teachers get them) you’ll be confident you knew exactly what to do.Download eBook Now
Free PDF Download: “Basics” Cheat Sheet – 5 Tips for a Successful Parent Conference
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See what is in the full eBook…
Table of Contents:
- Parent Conferences – the Basics
- Being in Charge
- In Summary
- Difficult Parent Conferences – Overview
- Difficult Parent Conferences – Details
- Stage One: Venting
- Giving Ourselves Permission to Leave
- If We Decide to Stay
- Understanding the Parent’s Frustrations
- Who Needs to Attend?
- Other Refinements:
- Stage Two: Shifting
- Stage Three: Self-discovering
- The Parent Discovers the Facts
- Fourth Stage: Resolving
- Stage One: Venting
- Advanced Considerations
- Personas of Dog and Cat
- Socio-economic Levels
- Success of the Conference – the Big Picture
- Big Cats
- Sometimes Life is the PITs
- End Notes
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