How do I survive a bad teacher

Nine tips for dealing with teachers

In conversations between parents and teachers, it often comes to big bang. The Wattenscheid learning studio has put together tips on how parents can Approach a conflict sensibly can.

Although the majority of parents and teachers are in favor of cooperation between schools and their parents and school laws throughout Germany prescribe regular exchanges, 90 percent of parents and 83 percent of teachers avoid contact with each other. Often parents and teachers only contact each other when there are problems in the school. It doesn't matter whether it's about bad grades, misconduct, unjust teachers or bullying.

  1. Lower excessive expectations. There is also an educational genius in a bad mood and forgetful.
  2. Does your child say the teacher yelled at her child? Before you go into battle: Put yourself in the teacher's perspective - and make a short appointment to clarify the matter.
  3. Teachers have learned their trade. It is not necessary, constantly monitor their work.
  4. Teachers must do justice to all students. Nobody may be preferred - not even your own child.
  5. Schoolchildren also survive professionally poor educators. One should talk about mistakes and then find ways to be productive with one another. Never incite your child against their teacher!
  6. Think of it as a Opportunity to work togetherwhen a teacher contacts you.
  7. Does your child have distress that affects their work and social behavior? Talk to the teacher openly about it so that he can respond appropriately can.
  8. Positive feedback is not only good for the teacher, but also for the classroom and the parent-teacher relationship. Your child will benefit from this.
  9. If, despite your best efforts, you find that your child or other children are suffering harm from a teacher, take action against it and seek a conversation with the class teacher, liaison teacher or headmaster.