THE TWISTED CONCLUSION

Author : shaun.jimmy
Publish Date : 2020-12-17


THE TWISTED CONCLUSION

Ultimately the goal here is to find out, through your child, what efforts their teacher has been going to, so that you can show genuine appreciation for them when it comes time to communicate directly with the Teacher. To go a step above appreciating their efforts is to recognise the positive effects that those efforts have been having on your child. Even if it is your belief that the teachers efforts are "not good enough" there is almost always some (even if just a little) benefits to your child. If you're struggling to see them, then perhaps the best approach you can take at this point is to know how to look for them.

How Your Child Treats Their Teacher Affects How Their Teacher Treats Them

The other thing that is crucially important here is how your child responds to their teacher. If you want your child to be in their teachers 'good books' then it is vitally important that they show genuine respect and appreciation to them. Your child is not going to respect their teacher if they hear you speaking negatively about them.

They may show their teacher respect if they happen to like them naturally, but whether they do or not, you can influence this part of the process by the respect that your child sees that you have for their teacher. This means that in addition to asking your child about what efforts and positive effects that their teacher has ben having on them, it is important to speak highly about the teacher with your child.

Once your child becomes aware of the respect that you have for their teacher, they will be more likely to follow any advice you now want to give them about how they can show respect to their teacher whilst at school. So what advice can you give them?

The 'what not to do' things are the most obvious (don't argue, don't talk back etc) but the most important 'to do' is to show genuine appreciation. Every day when I pick him up from school, I ask my son "did you thank your teacher today for their lesson?" Yes; even when someone is merely doing the job they are being paid to do, if you want them to do the best job they can possibly do, the most effective way of facilitating this process is to show honest, sincere appreciation for something they have done.

If your frustration makes this difficult, begin to let any negative feelings just blur softly into the background, and instead search for, focus on and zoom in on anything and everything positive. If you don't appreciate 9 out of 10 things they do, then at least focus on the 1 that you do, and appreciate their intentions for the other 9 even if you don't appreciate the outcome. This article started by first appealing to the frustrations of parent's feeling 'hard done by' when it comes to their child's situation at school. It then moved into an almost 'expose' on the cold hard realities of human nature and how to manipulate authority to suit ones self didn't it? Was it surprising then that it concluded that it all comes down to being positively minded, showing respect and honest appreciation?

Chances are, you probably already knew the value of sincere appreciation - I think we all do. The problem is however, when we take issue with someone or feel frustrated by something, the likelihood that we start focusing on how to make the other person feel good about themselves begins to deteriorate, as instead we become almost exclusively focused with a tunnel vision view of "what about me?"

The reason for twisting the focus of this article through these three stages of emotional context was simply because, as I'm sure you are by now aware, sometimes the obvious isn't so obvious when we're blinded by our own defensive emotions.

Just remember that at a fundamental level, every teacher joins the profession because they are fuelled by a deep down desire to make a difference in the lives of their students. Over time, the lack of appreciation they encounter slowly extinguishes their passion, which is why it is common to come across teachers who don't seem particularly enthusiastic about going all-out for their students.

Whilst negativity is the cause of a teacher's apathy, I promise you that if you make them feel the way they were originally fuelled by when they entered the profession, you will rekindle a burning passion that will light the way for your child and their future.

Whilst you may have come here wanting to know how to write a complaint letter about a teacher, hopefully not you've just found a better solution. Give it a try, and let me know how it goes.

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