Parent engagement in their child’s education is key to successful growth, but consistently engaging parents is at the top of the list of teacher frustration. Teachers must establish communication with parents by figuring out what works best for them and showing that they are a team when it comes to their child. Sarah M. Rich, Lead Teacher Champion at Squiggle Park, presented creative ideas from her own experience building parent engagement in “Finally, A Guide to Parent Engagement That Works Every Time!”
During this encore event, Sarah Rich, Lead Teacher Champion at Squiggle Park, will show you how to engage parents (of any background and socio economic level) in creative ways beginning the day your kids enter the classroom.
In this edWebinar, Greg Turchetta, Executive Director of Communications and Community Engagement at Florida’s Collier County Public Schools, shares how to create, implement, and run a district-wide social media effort by creating a coalition of “tweetchers” in the classroom.
How can you stay connected with parents and students over the summer? In this webinar, Lisa Nielson will share practical step-by-step advice on how to leverage social media in a responsible way.
This session is designed to provide an examination of the biopsychosocial perspective on development of very young children.
Learn how comics and digital storytelling are great vehicles to help students understand digital citizenship in a fun, fast-paced, and meaningful way.
In this webinar, learn how essential it is for schools and districts to market this new communication tool to maximize the investment and improve connectivity in our “need it now” society.
Join us as Dr. Ernst explores culturally competent, authentic communication skills and strategies designed to engage families.
In our small school district, over a dozen teachers and 200 students participated in a project-based learning activity that allowed students to become self-published authors.
Communities can be as small as a family and close friends or as large as the whole world. Children today are inheriting our global world where they can interact and work with people nearly anywhere. In this webinar, learn about the free Greenleaf Program, an online virtual community with students halfway around the world, that will give your students a unique insight into children and culture.