- — Jerry Blumengarten (@cybraryman1)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:09:15A1 Great need for transparency. Everyone (students/taff/parents/ community) needs to know exactly what schools require/ expect. #ptchat
- — Reed Gillespie (@rggillespie)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:09:59a1: Provide opportunities for parents to become involved and engaged, but it all starts with communication and relationships #ptchat
- — Melany Stowe (@MelanyStowe)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:10:38A1: Effective communications is EVERYONE'S job. In fact, 78% of citizens #1 source of public ed. info. is word-of-mouth. #ptchat
- — Jacqueline Samuels (@TechTeacherJSam)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:12:20A1: They have to start by identifying what the major issues are and how they can get involved effectively. Even in a small way. #ptchat
- — Jay Eitner (@iSuperEit)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:12:59A1) Listen to your stakeholders. You're doing a disservice to your teachers, parents, and most importantly, your students if u don't #ptchat
- — Sherri Wilson (@ptaswilson)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:13:20A1 Leaders in large districts should make sure families have a seat at the table when it comes to planning and governance #ptchat
- — mitch center (@mitchcenter)Thu, Mar 27 2014 01:14:04#ptchat A1 important to remember 5 families might have 5 conflicting opinions. Fam eng is listening while also leading with conviction.
Leadership, Cybercivility & Assessment w/ Joshua Starr - #ptchat 3/26/14
Student, teacher, parent, school board, principal, superintendent & community member perspectives to consider in taking family engagement efforts to the next level.
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