In a few weeks, it will be time for your children to start attending our school. There, they will learn new knowledge, routines, and habits and meet many other children and adults. A daily routine will develop teamwork skills and planning for success. It strengthens interpersonal communication, an integral part of regular school life (Moradi, et al., 2018). We adults, both teachers, and parents, want our child’s school life to be full of positive emotions. To do this, we must create a comfortable environment and support the child’s desire to learn, go to school, and communicate with teachers and classmates. Educators will try to work so that every lesson is meaningful for the child.
For successful learning, we must make sure that children accept our requirements. I believe in a student-centered approach to education; therefore, I think it is crucial to get to know each student individually. It is also essential to develop individualized educational goals for each learner that relate to our learning in the classroom. Thus, we must work together as a team to help your children succeed.
This year will be challenging for every student, and I know that you will support and encourage them to do the work each day. I inspire you to participate in the many class projects we will be working on next year. I want to reiterate the principles that guide our educational process. Regardless of the learning environment, all students will receive culturally and age-appropriate, challenging schooling. I will let you know the date and details of our return to school soon, as well as the dates of parent-teacher meetings. Feel free to call or email me with any questions, thoughts, or concerns.
Moradi, S., Faghiharam, B., & Ghasempour, K. (2018). Relationship between group learning and interpersonal skills with emphasis on the role of mediating emotional intelligence among high school students. SAGE Open, 1, 1-10. Web.