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Singapore: What an effective parent-teacher meeting looks like

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Date: 14 Oct 2018 | by:  | Story Source: Channel NewsAsia ~ Go to Original Article

Trepidation, anxiety, and perhaps, frustration can be common emotions displayed at parent-teacher meetings. National Institute of Education Associate Professor Jason Tan offers a different approach.

SINGAPORE: Schools invite parents for parent-teacher meetings (PTM) a few times each year. These meetings serve as regular forums for both sides to discuss pertinent concerns.

For most parents…


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