At Teacher Tutors we strive to exceed the standards for private one to one tutoring. We know that by the time quarterly progress reports are issued valuable time has already passed. In order to increase the effectiveness of our program your tutor(s) will provide a detailed progress report on a monthly basis to communicate progress and help identify strengths and weaknesses.
Your monthly progress report will help you maximize the effectiveness of your tutoring sessions. Any details regarding performance, barriers, environment, etc.. will be passed along for review.
Be sure to read: Talking With Teachers About Student Progress
What’s the value in having good communication between parents and teachers?
It creates a partnership that benefits the child. Good communication between home and school helps both the teachers and the school do their jobs better. And maintaining strong communication helps parents better understand teachers’ expectations for academic work and behavior. “If academic assistance is necessary,” Young says, “strong communications can facilitate support from home.” If behavior issues arise, good communication can help deal with or eliminate the inappropriate behavior.
Is communication between parents and teachers also beneficial for students?
“Definitely!” says Young. Parents who communicate effectively with the teacher are able to support their child with whatever they’re learning. Plus, getting involved communicates respect for education and the value it adds to your child’s future. Your child, meanwhile, understands that you’ll follow up and check on her progress and work.
Supportive parents often find that teachers are willing to go above and beyond. Teachers might send home daily notes or provide regular progress reports, modified assignments, or special conference times to help a child succeed. In addition, Young adds, “Parents who communicate high expectations and value for education will have children who are eager to go to school, maintain good attendance, and work hard in school.”