Mobile devices make it easier for parents and teachers to collaborate and communicate
Educators know that students’ home lives play an integral role in their academic success. Communication between teachers and parents makes it easier for educators to understand the outside challenges students may deal with, and it helps parents understand how they can better support their children in school.
In August, we brought you five tools that parents and teachers could use to start the school year off connected.
As winter break looms in the not-too-distant future, and as report cards might prompt some parents to touch base with teachers more often, here are six more tools to help facilitate communication.
(Next page: Six apps for parent-teacher communication and collaboration)
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