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Dealing With Difficult Parents

EDUC-931
2 Credits
Online
4.38/5.00
Dealing with parents is one of the most difficult tasks for teachers and administrators today. Yet it is essential to know how to handle difficult situations and to establish positive relationships with students' parents. This course will equip teachers and administrators with the skills needed to expertly navigate even the most challenging encounter with parents while feeling that you have made a positive and meaningful impact. In the required book 'Dealing with Difficult Parents' you will learn about todays' parents, communicating, dealing with difficult situations and increasing parent involvement. This book study will provide you with the opportunity to evaluate your current communication approach, and empower you to deal with the most difficult parents with confidence.

NOTE: Required book must be acquired separately.

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Linda Simmons

Instructor
Helping educators and students be the best they can be is my passion. In educational counseling, I see some of the hardest working administrators, teachers and counselors making deep impact in the lives of their students. It’s important for educators to know that social emotional health is key in academic achievement. When students struggle with behavior, learning cannot occur. I am enthusiastic to share with my fellow educators relevant and practical applications to enhance their relationships with students and deal with conflict in a restorative and respectful way. It is my pleasure and privilege to present a course that helps educators to bring out the very best in their students both academically and behaviorally. I am looking forward to meeting you online.