Let Families Teach You About New Students is from Edutopia.
This summer, check out the family engagement toolkit from @icivics, an online learning environment dedicated to civic education. The toolkit includes fun civics-oriented games, activities, parent tips, and more! https://t.co/qAo0mx8Hhn #SummerCivics #SummerLearning pic.twitter.com/yI2l7DTfZs
— NYS Education Department (@NYSEDNews) July 22, 2022
Research suggests that partnerships with families can lead to higher student achievement, greater academic engagement, and improved attendance. @jaxxpeng @edutopia https://t.co/QXEi7Q92jg
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) July 25, 2022
Good morning writers! Yes,YOU are a writer.
Writing starts early, & there are ways families can support it. At @NWEA we're sharing what we know about writing
Writing's critical for reading development AND learning and thinking in every content area K-12 https://t.co/00WevtctQ3
— Dr. Miah (@dst6n01) July 26, 2022
📣Our paper, "Can Technology Transform Communication Between Schools, Teachers, and Parents? Evidence from a Randomized Field Trial" is now out in @EFPJournal! @AlexBolves 🙌.https://t.co/xZ6sDvI717
w/ accompanying short "Takeaway" policy brief:https://t.co/bUNwJNqiYK pic.twitter.com/V4dY3v6Xjg
— Matthew A. Kraft (@MatthewAKraft) July 26, 2022
Addressing the pressing needs of diverse families continues to be difficult for schools. Community partners can often play an essential role and fill in the gaps of support. @edutopia https://t.co/Ff4mwZYl51
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) July 27, 2022
4 Benefits of Using Videoconferences for IEP Meetings is from Edutopia.
Five Steps to Family Literacy for Multilingual Learner Families https://t.co/vkkmlIRAvz
— Jana Echevarria, PhD (@Jechev) July 30, 2022