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Teach­ers and Par­ents play a piv­otal role in shap­ing and re­fin­ing stu­dents’ per­son­al­ity and aca­demic progress. A bal­anc­ing act of ca­ma­raderie among stu­dent-Teacher-Par­ent can lay the foun­da­tion for a healthy stu­dents’ life.

1. Com­mu­ni­ca­tion: A proper com­mu­ni­ca­tion chan­nel should be opened con­nect­ing Stu­dent-Teacher-Par­ent (STP) trio.

2. Fre­quent Meet­ing: There should be meet­ing of STP at least once a month strength­en­ing the friend­ship.

3. ‘Sand­wich ap­proach’: Teacher may present pos­i­tives of stu­dent; then point out weak­ness and the work that needs to be done to over­come the short­com­ings.

4. Ac­tion Plan: STP may work to­gether to evolve an ac­tion plan in deal­ing with the prob­lems of stu­dents.

5. En­cour­age­ment: The in­ten­tion of STP meet­ing should not be for high­light­ing the short­com­ings of the stu­dent, in­stead, to en­cour­age him/her to walk to­wards suc­cess.

6. Stu­dent’s Opin­ion: Give due im­por­tance to stu­dent’s opin­ion by al­low­ing the stu­dent to speak about his/her prob­lems.

7. So­lu­tion: While find­ing a so­lu­tion for any stu­dent’s prob­lems he/ she should be an ac­tive par­tic­i­pant in sug­gest­ing a so­lu­tion.

8. Face the Mu­sic:

A stu­dent should be con­vinced of what mis­take he/she has done and why he/ she has to face the mu­sic for the same. In this open ap­proach re­bel­lion may be avoided.

9. Re­ward/ap­pre­ci­a­tion: Don’t hes­i­tate to rec­og­nize the good things done by the ward; so that there may not be re­bel­lion when tak­ing ac­tion against bad things for which he/she has been re­spon­si­ble.

10. Dream big: In­spire the stu­dent to dream big and achieve great heights.

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