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Teachers' tips for helping students succeed

Teachers' tips for helping students succeed



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Want to help your students do better in school? A group of teachers has some suggestions.

The best way to help is to communicate with the teacher. A panel of educators tells The Salt Lake Tribune parents should get teachers' e-mail addresses. A principal suggests giving teachers positive comments or simple thanks. Also, the panel says don't speak disrespectfully about a teacher in front of your children.

If you have a problem, go to the teacher first, not the principal, and do it in person or over the phone so they can hear your tone of voice.

E-mail: dbrinkerhoff@ksl.com

Don Brinkerhoff

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