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25 tips for connecting families with the classroom

Some families are involved and engaged from the moment their child steps foot in your classroom. Others may be more difficult to hook in but all families want to know how their child is doing in school.

We want to engage all of our families. But how do we make sure we are really connecting with everyone?

Lucky for us there are many apps out there for educators to choose from to give families a window into our classroom. In a recent #DitchBook Twitter chat, moderated by Rayna Freedman participants shared tons of recommendations for tried and true communication tools along with other great suggestions for connecting families with the classroom.

Check them out in the summary of this week’s chat below!

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