Home, school and community
posted by farida on .
A teacher who makes a genuine effort to understand and solve problems that parents may have in a situation, but still finds no solution should:
A. ask for the child to be moved to another class.
B. remember that he or she is not alone.
C. do exactly what the parent wants to appease them.
D. ignore the situation and move on.
I'll be glad to check your answer.
It is difficult for me to imagine a teacher getting to solving problems for parents. I solved problems for kids, but the parents are adults, and responsible for their actions. IF there is a home problem spilling over to school, you solve the school issues with the child, I just can't imagine getting involved with solving home problems. The kid is yours during school hours.