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Telling Parents the Hard Truth

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Telling Parents the Hard Truth


TOP-10-TIPS-smThis week on your Zap of Wynn, we are going to talk about a topic near and dear to me. How to tell parents the hard truth: Your child needs special assistance.

Today I share with you 6 steps to help you when you have to tell a parent his/her child needs special academic assistance.

This episode of Bee Sharp Teachers TV is a little long- 10 minutes- but it is worth it. Grab your coffee and enjoy.  Be sure to leave a comment under the video to share what you think of the 6 steps

Be well and give thanks,

 

Wynn

 

Ps Would you like to receive the full benefits of membership in the International Academy of Bee Sharp Teachers? Join today- it’s FREE!

 

| reality, solutions, teaching | November 24, 2013

About the author

Wynn Godbold is an inspired educator who stretches herself and those around her to new heights. Her work as a speaker, trainer, and administrative coach carries her across the United States where she spreads her message of inspiring teachers to reach children with authenticity, joy, and success. Her teacher retreats are known to empower teachers to love their lives. Teachers world-wide experience personal growth through the products and packages she offers on line. In June of 2012, Wynn kick started the International Academy of Bee Sharp Teachers. Wynn is Nationally Board Certified in Reading and the Language Arts. She has certifications in Education Administration, Elementary and Early Childhood Education. In addition to running Bee Sharp, she consults for the McGraw Hill Education Group and serves on the Educational Team at Page Turner Adventures. Wynn lives in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina with her husband, two sons, and the family dog, JR.

2 Responses to "Telling Parents the Hard Truth"
  • wendy king November 27, 2013

    Hi Wynn, I watched your video. Thanks so much for sending it. What a great service you offer to teachers/parents. I think you’re right about on point. Building communication bridges trust. Most teachers don’t enjoy having to explain that a child needs extra help to catch up to speed. I had my daughter in tutor for 3 years
    She was tested by the school when she arrived and they said, “she’s fine.” We our both so happy to be getting A’s now…it’s a blessing!

    • Wynn
      Wynn November 27, 2013

      That is indeed a blessing! I’ve sat on both sides of that table. When a child needs help there are so many emotions to navigate.
      Glad you watched.

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