Parental engagement ‘terrifying’ for many families is from TES.
Do I Really Need to Volunteer at My Children’s School? is from Slate.
NEW TODAY: latest EEF guidance report. It offers primary and secondary schools 4 clear and actionable recommendations on working with parents so that they can support their child’s learning at home. Read/download here: https://t.co/F9HZJ8IQSp
— EEF (@EducEndowFoundn) December 7, 2018
MT @attendanceworks: New research explains how cell phones & teacher home visits go a long way to reduce #chronicabsence & boost parent engagement in 1st & 2nd grades https://t.co/E6mqEkaf9m #SchoolEveryDay @NEAToday @IELconnects @PointsofLight pic.twitter.com/s4Hgco3ajw
— McMinnville Schools (@McMSchools) December 6, 2018
For EL students, they might also set goals based on lang. prof. test results. Which domains need focus? Get buy-in from Ss around their own lang dev. https://t.co/cWRnUb3CCF #ellchat #edchat #Ellchat_BkClub @SIOPModel
— Jana Echevarria, PhD (@Jechev) December 3, 2018
— Emily Fɾαɳƈιʂ 💫 (@emilyfranESL) November 21, 2018
Fear of parent pushback should not prevent us from engaging in conversations around social justice issues. https://t.co/eElEB4VyhD
— Heinemann Publishing (@HeinemannPub) November 21, 2018
— Education Radio (@BAMRadioNetwork) November 20, 2018
— EL Magazine (@ELmagazine) November 19, 2018