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How to deal with a bad report card Determine whether this is unusual or showing a trend. If you are seeing a trend, it may be important to consider seeking Calmly, warmly, and non-judgmentally, ask your child to describe their thoughts about the report card. Ask how she feels Ask her opinion.
It can be very easy to just react out of emotions when you see the bad report card. The danger is that your emotions may be highly charged and cause a negative reaction from your child. It is important to take the time to think through the right strategy and approach when speaking to your child to ensure the best outcome. 3.
Because of the pressures that arise once the report card has been handed out, Lisa Huffman, the assistant professor of educational psychology at Ball State University establishes that it is important to remain supportive, while still incentivising good hard work. Sifa Umuhoza, also a student, says a bad report card disappoints both parents and friends. However, she says no one has a right to shout at her for failing her exams. “I have no problem with being criticized but I get demoralized when I’m insulted for failing,” Umuhoza argues. Remember that panicking would do you no good at all although it is normal for students to do so as soon as they see a bad grade in their report card. Stay calm when you find out that you ended up scoring a poor grade and let your parents know about it right away.
Make your parents aware of your plans to improve your grade in the upcoming semesters. How to Deal with a Bad Report Card During your child’s elementary school career you may be faced with a less-than-stellar report card. Although bad grades are upsetting, as a parent, the best thing you can do is to remain calm and take the opportunity to demonstrate to your child how to overcome difficulties. Here are a few initial tips on how to deal with a bad report card when it first comes home. Step 1: Give it some distance The first thing you want to do is to make sure you do not react in the moment.
It’s tempting to want to express your frustration (believe me, I’ve been there!), especially if this isn’t a new issue. One final tip: If you’re struggling to keep up with credit card or loan payments, don’t keep creditors in the dark. Reach out to them at the first sign of trouble to see if they offer hardship payment plans or deferments so you can avoid negative information on your credit report. It’s almost time for midterm report cards.
But what do you do if your child brings home a bad report card? Education expert Sunny Verma gives us tips on. Instead of focusing on one bad grade or even a report card full of grades, try to point out the positive aspects of your child’s report card.
For example, you could say, “This gives you something to strive for,” or “I noticed you got a ‘B’ in Math!
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|from The Educated Child: A Parents Guide From Preschool Through Eighth Grade|
|from Developing Grading and Reporting Systems for Student Learning|
|from Parenting with Love and Logic: Teaching Children Responsibility|
|from Web Based Energy Information and Control Systems: Case Studies and Applications|
|from A School Leader’s Guide to Standards-Based Grading|
|from The Big Picture: Education is Everyone’s Business|
|from What School Could Be: Insights and Inspiration from Teachers across America|
|from Classroom Management: Creating a Successful K-12 Learning Community|
|from I Am Gifted, So Are You|
|from Child Psychology and Development For Dummies|