Are you concerned about how your child is doing at school? Wondering what else can be done to help them succeed? Make sure your lines of communication are open with your child’s teacher. However, this, at times, may not be enough to get your child the support that he/she needs.
Parenting Expo speaker Vita Nemirovsky, founder of Homeworks Educational Consulting, recommends:
- Contacting the school to set up a meeting with all your child’s teachers.
- Being specific: If your child’s reading progress is a concern, let school personnel know.
- Keeping track of outcomes after the meeting.
With over 15 years of educational experience in public and private school settings, Vita educates and empowers families to help their child succeed at home and at school. She is certified in early childhood, elementary, and special education ages 3-21 years. Vita is also certified in the Wilson Language System and is members of International Dyslexia Association and Decoding Dyslexia organization.
To learn more parenting tips from Vita and other leading parenting experts, visit one of Parenting Expo’s, www.parentingexpo.com, 2014 venues. Parenting Expo is the one event that is all about parenting. A two-day family-friendly event, parents, grandparents, caregivers and educators will have an opportunity to receive up-to-date information on what’s important to them right now – from prenatal care to raising teens. In addition, attendees will walk away with meaningful coupons, giveaways, goody bags full of products from exhibitors, and opportunities to win prizes throughout the expo. Parenting Expo is slated for 5 cities in 2014:
- Pittsburgh: March 8 – 9, 2014 Monroeville Convention Center
- Cleveland: April 26 – 27, 2014 International Exposition (IX) Center
- Columbus: August 16 – 17, 2014 The Greater Columbus Convention Center
- Cincinnati: September 20 – 21, 2014 The Duke Energy Convention Center
- Indianapolis: October 25 – 26, 2014 Indiana Convention Center