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Home and School 2.0: How to Increase Parental-Educator Engagement

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Do you wish that your parents, teachers, and admins were more involved in school functions? In this webinar, Joe Mazza will share how he and his school have worked to provide teachers, school leaders, and parents an opportunity to become more engaged in school happenings by providing a LIVE feed to monthly Home and School Meetings using free, user-friendly Web utilities that can be used on any platform. Each participant will leave with knowledge, resources and documentation on how to set up their own Web-based Home and School Meeting 2.0. Participants may use cellphones or computers to "text" questions onto the screen during the presentation, in the same way that parents and staff submit questions and comments during the Home and School Meetings.


Status: Available On-Demand
Subject: ICT
Last aired on: Tuesday, May 22, 2012 @ 5:00 PM EDT
Duration: 30 minutes
Credit Hours: 0.5
Categories: Administrator Resources, Communication & Collaboration, Organizational & Time-saving Tools
Tags: Administrator Resources, Communication and Collaboration, Digital Media, home, meetings, Organizational and Time-saving Tools, parental involvement, teacher involvement

Reviews (19)

Full Member
Thank you for parent collab info!
Full Member
Great! Thank you for the resources to support parent collaboration and communication.
Full Member
Good topic
Nice work
Basic Member
Great resource idea - I'm thinking of using this idea at our Back to School night general session for parents who might not be able to attend, and brainstorming ways to have the teachers do the same for their classroom presentation.
Collaboration of parents with teachers and administration to become more engaged in school happenings is excellent. Thank you
Basic Member
Excellent webinar
Basic Member
Very informative.
Basic Member
Love, that parents can watch what is happening in real time.
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