I have encountered all kinds of parents in the process of class management. In my interactions with them, I have always adhered to four basic principles. New Strange Tales from a Chinese Studio for Children: The Evil Desire Fox Fairy Baidu Network Disk Complete Video 01 Simple Parents Talk about Family Affection In the process of class management, I will meet some simple and honest parents. When interacting with such parents, I will play more family cards. They will not be treated differently based on their family origin, education level, family income, etc. 02 Strong parents avoid criticism. When faced with relatively strong parents, I will avoid their criticism and never get serious with them. Instead, I will adopt the strategy of \”saving the country through curves\”. I never refuted their tendency to \”give pointers\” and evaluate teachers and other parents. Instead, I acted as a listener, tried every means to change the topic, and cleverly avoided their sharp edges. In response to their excessive demands on their children, I will explain to them the story of agricultural production. The growth of crops must conform to the growth rules, and they cannot over-fertilize, irrigate, or force seedlings to grow. The same is true for education. 03 Unruly parents show wisdom. When encountering unruly parents, I will deal with them calmly. For example, if there are conflicts between students, some parents never consider the reasons for their own children and always find ways to blame each other and the school. In this regard, I will work with them to understand the details of the matter, find out the origin, clarify responsibilities, and resolve conflicts. 04 Parents who do good deeds change places. When communicating with parents who are particularly \”concerned\” about school and class work and often question the management philosophy of the class teacher, I never easily deny their words and deeds. Instead, I introduce to them the latest education laws and regulations, and the most cutting-edge education. Teaching theories guide them to think in other people’s shoes and think more from the perspective of schools or teachers, and build a platform for them to understand schools and school education.