Parents can help kids catch up in reading with a 10-minute daily routine is from The Conversation.
Should parents help their kids with homework? is from The Conversation.
How districts are reexamining policies to encourage parental involvement is from Education Dive.
#BacktoSchool strategy from a veteran teacher: Invite your families (thru letters or chats) to share their hopes and dreams for their child, as well as their child's interests, talents, and gifts | https://t.co/1MH2b1w5vp #ELL #ELLchat @Larryferlazzo @MarlaUcelli @AFTunion
— Colorín Colorado (@ColorinColorado) August 29, 2019
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) August 27, 2019
Dropping your kid off at preschool can be tough. Here’s a kindergarten teacher’s advice about how best to support your kids through their first weeks of school drop-offs. https://t.co/SVWgOJRpag
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 25, 2019
Many students struggle with homework. Whether it’s because they’re procrastinating or they’re overwhelmed by their workload or they struggle to retain information, here are tips for helping your child study. https://t.co/YDDrQ7QKJ9
— The New York Times (@nytimes) August 24, 2019
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) August 22, 2019
“What do you appreciate about your day?” “What did you learn about yourself today?” Check out these questions that teachers and parents can ask instead of “How as your day?” https://t.co/UwDXsN5rrb
— edutopia (@edutopia) August 21, 2019
Here is a link to a website with parent blogs, book lists and resources to support parents in talking to their kids about race.
So long as humans exist, race exists, and not talking to kids about it, ignoring it when it comes up, saying… https://t.co/uoygPT7G9z
— Sara K. Ahmed (@SaraKAhmed) August 18, 2019
— (@leeannjung) August 17, 2019