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Ed.D student in Higher Education and Adult Learning

All of those are great

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All of those are great methods to use for parental involvement. I think that as long as one stays consistent with whatever chosen method of communication...parents are willing to become more involved.

Consider me a community builder--a nurturer of learning communities.

Thank you for organizing all

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Thank you for organizing all this in one place. Great communication makes for a great year!

Thanks for sharing . IT is a

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Thanks for sharing . IT is a great article to make newbie join in class room.

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Here some more ideas from

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Here some more ideas from teachers about how do they interact with parents http://quib.ly/qu/teachers-how-do-you-interact-with-parents

5th grade teacher in Delaware

Thanks for sharing!

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Thanks for sharing!

Parent of 2 elementary school kids

Hi Lisa, no need to build a

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Hi Lisa, no need to build a website. Just use MommaZoo (www.mommazoo.com). Class news, homework, messaging, reminders, volunteering, photos, directory is all in one centralized place. And it's all translatable to any language. It's all online mobile so parents can access it via any device - mobile and computer- and engage anywhere they are. MommaZoo is secure and free for classes. All you need to do is create your class and invite your kids' parents. Takes less than 5min to get up and running.

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