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Extend Your Impact on Students and Parents Using Mobile Technologies

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A common frustration among educators is the inability to spend one-to-one time with every student every day. Another challenge is finding mutually convenient times to schedule parent meetings designed to provide practical strategies for working with children at home. This webinar will cover a variety of mobile technologies that can be used in school and at home to surmount these barriers. Join Susan Brooks-Young as she offers specific ideas and real life examples to help educators rethink their use of technology in the classroom and as a tool for parent outreach.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Thursday, August 27, 2015 @ 1:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Communication & Collaboration, Mobile Learning Basics
Tags: communication, mobile devices, Mobile Learning, parent outreach

Reviews (20)

Full Member
Great suggestions for using digital resources to connect with parents.
Full Member
Susan gives great information and examples. I really enjoyed this webinar.
Full Member
Great presentation!
Basic Member
This was a very interesting session. It is so hard to get active parents. These are great ways. Eventually they will come.
Full Member
Thank you for sharing it! Great tips to consider and keep them in mind.
Full Member
Tons of great resources to help connect with parents and keep them in the loop on whats happening in our classroom!
Full Member
Several great resources provided during this webinar.
Basic Member
Your session today was great, and I learn so much. Thank you for you comments on sharing and keeping the website updated. I will keep this in mind, and I'll let you know how things are going. Thanks again
Basic Member
Great information! Encouraged me to learn how to create a class website.
Full Member
Informative but not very in depth.
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