When an atmosphere is characterized by warmth, respect, and acceptance, it can positively affect your child’s ability to develop prosilience. For example, asking children about their emotions and providing them a variety of ways to express them strengthens their ability to be in tune with their feelings and leads to an ultimate feeling of being respected.  

Modelling open communication
Building a communicative relationship with your child’s educators is extremely important and is necessary for your child to be able to thrive. In order for a child to feel safe in her classroom environment, she must be able to observe this feeling in her family members. When a child senses that her family trusts her educators, it will be easier for her to trust them as well.