Balance of Power is from the Global Family Research Project.
Family Engagement Game is from the same organization.
— Education Week Teacher (@EdWeekTeacher) February 24, 2021
— DREME Network (@DREMEmath) February 16, 2021
This is amazing! Now I don’t have to create video on YouTube! It is all direct on Talking Points and parents get it in their own language. Thank you! #ellchat #MLLForsyth #Ellchat_BkClub https://t.co/WMOcO01h9N
— Diana Delaney (@DelaneyELDiana) February 19, 2021
How parents can avoid anxiety around pandemic’s distance learning – The Washington Post https://t.co/VXj7wcsZyq
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) February 15, 2021
Charter schools have higher parental involvement than trad. public schools, but this analysis finds that their oft-used methods (parent workshops, school compacts) don't account for most of the diff & so should not necess be adopted by trad publics ($) https://t.co/UzUKlXa1eE
— Daniel Willingham (@DTWillingham) February 15, 2021
The EEF has produced a range of resources, designed by teachers, that can be shared directly with parents and carers, to help them support their children's learning while schools are closed to most pupils.
— EEF (@EducEndowFoundn) February 11, 2021