Learn why keeping in touch with your school is important, as well as how to make sure you stay in the loop.
- As you undoubtedly already know, … staying in the loop with your school is key … in supporting your students' academic development. … When learning from home, … it's even more important to take an active role … in viewing all the communication from the school … and taking the initiative to rebridge the gap … if communication breaks down … due to tech issues or oversights. … Your school and teacher will provide at least one, … and maybe several, means of communication, … like email, website, a learning management system, … or even Facebook. … It's the school's responsibility to provide the information, … and it's your responsibility to view and understand it. … So, here are a few tips … to keep from getting your wires crossed. … Make stopping by your school's information page … part of your daily social media loop. … If the school hosts a Facebook page, Twitter feed, … or any other social media feed, … make your life easier and follow it. … For email, make sure your teacher and school …
Skill Level Beginner
Become a Portrait Pro: Family and Kidswith Chris Orwig54m 29s Intermediate
1. Home Learning Basics
2. Being a Teacher and Advocate for Your Child
3. Learning Tools
4. Tools by Subject Area
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