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      Preparing Younger Learners for the Virtual Classroom

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Tue, Jul 28, 2020

      With COVID-19 cases on the rise in many states, a number of districts are opting for total remote learning for the fall (for specific districts, click the link Education Week School Districts’ Reopening Plans). What does this mean for parents who have young ones starting school for the first time? If the anxiety about starting school in person during a worldwide pandemic wasn’t enough, the prospect of starting totally online can be overwhelming. Often, parents see entering school (PreK – K levels) as an opportunity for their children to learn social skills, understand rules and routines, and set a foundation of basic skills that will prepare them for the next 12 years of learning.

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      Topics: Getting Parents Involved, distance learning, distance teaching, blended learning, virtual classroom, remote learning, hybrid learning

      I've Got to What?!! - Navigating Homeschool

      Posted by Melizza Cuizon on Tue, Mar 24, 2020


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      Topics: Getting Parents Involved, Parent resources, homeschooling, homeschool, alternative learning

      Fixing Broken Relationships

      Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Tue, Dec 12, 2017

      Relationships can be hard. They are dynamic, there can be communication breakdowns and misunderstandings, and philosophies and beliefs don’t always align. There are also times when relationships are strained by outside factors that have little to do with the people involved.

      As a teacher, it is critical to maintain positive relationships with others. When they get rocky or go downhill, there should be a quick attempt to turn it around and mend the relationship. Whether it is a student, parent, or colleague, broken relationships not only cause stress, they often waste time and drain energy. If you have a relationship that needs fixing, here are some guidelines to help you:

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      Topics: Administrator Resources, Student Engagement, tips for teachers, Getting Parents Involved

      Plan a Parent Engagement Night That Sets You Up for Success

      Posted by Kelly Bielefeld on Wed, Aug 16, 2017

      Lives are busy and people are busy, so we have to make sure we plan in advance if we want parents and patrons to be engaged in our schools. Parent engagement can take on many different shapes and sizes—for all the different parents we encounter, we receive varying preferences for how they like to communicate.

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      Topics: back to school, Administrator Resources, tips for teachers, Getting Parents Involved


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