Originally Posted by Pepe
Hello! I have the same question re: what to expect. When it's our turn to ask questions, I'm wondering what I should ask the teacher. emilysmama, would you be comfortable sharing what questions you asked? Though this is certainly child-specific, I think knowing what others ask would spark some ideas in my head (so other people, please chime in, too). Thanks!
This is very embarrassing, because I can't remember what questions I had.
If I had been smart, I would have had a couple questions like, "What should we be doing at home to help our child with her weaknesses," but I didn't. What I did, was a brought a pad of paper and a pencil. During the time the teacher was talking, I would jot questions down instead of asking them as they occurred. Then, when the teacher was done covering what she wanted, I asked her my questions. That way, I didn't side track the teacher from covering what she wanted to talk about, and I still had the opportunity to ask for what clarification I needed. If I hadn't had any questions, that would have been more than fine, because then the teacher would have had an all too rare chance to go use the bathroom.