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Agenda Books
Interactivity with parents without using technology! See how this tip con help you create a productive rapport with parents and foster community involvement as well.
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Batch Email
Good communication with parents is essential to the success of your classroom and your learners. See how Ms. Hawkins' tip can help you connect and stay connetcted with students' families.
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Battle of the Books
This year-long, school-wide contest gets the entire community involved in a fun reading event. Students compete, teachers and principal coach, and parents cheer them all. It includes Olympic fanfare and a torch runner (seriously!).
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Boosting Parent Attendance at Student Conferences
Having trouble getting parents to attend your conferences? See how this educator achieved 100% student conference attendance 3 years in a row!
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Children with Tourette’s Syndrome
If you work with a child who’s been diagnosed with Tourette's, Ms. Postman have a few suggestions that may help.
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Encouraging Parents to Read with their Children
Judy B., a retired teacher, encourages parents to read along with their children and offers guidance on reading techniques such as character voices, shared paragraph reading and making plot predictions.
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Family Literacy Center
Ms. Coyner knows how important family involvement is to student success. Here she describes how she brings parents into the picture to improve their reading skills.
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Family Service Night
Debra shares an idea that combines service work with the traditional school open house. Families get involved with their children’s school, and everyone learns the value of community and responsibility.
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Feedback through E-mail
Response is integral to learning. Ms. Krusenstjerna's tip allows students, faculty, and parents to all weigh in on students' work and classroom projects. See why she says it brings many happy returns!
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Integrated Pumpkin Activities
A creative teacher suggests some fun ways to celebrate and learn about Halloween with a multi-disciplinary unit of study. Find out how she uses pumpkins, Fibonacci, and the Legend of Sleepy Hollow, to throw the perfect Pumpkin Party!
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