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How to Partner with Parents in the Collaborative Model

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Tim Woods and Michelle Christopherson will cover some key aspects of successfully partnering with parents including setting up accurate expectations on both sides, best practices to keep communication healthy, as well as conflict management and resolution.

Michelle Christopherson

Michelle Christopherson has been partnering with parents in classical education for over a decade in a variety of settings. She has worked as a classroom teacher as well as a private tutor, and currently serves as the Academic Director for the Grammar School at Trinity Classical School in Houston, TX. She is passionate about supporting parents as they foster in their children a love for learning and an appetite for what is true, good, and beautiful.

Tim Woods

Tim Woods has been a learner and eventual educator in classical education since he was a Logic level student himself. He has eight years experience in the classroom and is currently wrapping up his fifth year as the Academic Director of the Logic School at Trinity Classical School in Houston, TX.