Communicating with parents using a Class Facebook Group.Busy parents rely on their smartphones. Reach more parents using a Class Facebook Group.IMPORTANT: Speak to your principal about this idea first. Your principal will know your district’s technology policy. Why?Have you noticed that your news
Communicate with parents using a Class Facebook Page. Busy parents rely on their smartphones. Reach more parents using a Class Facebook page.Why?Have you noticed that your newsletters are not read by all of your parents? Reach parents using their smartphones. Ask parents to follow your class FB pag
At some point all teachers experience what I refer to as the “geek in a headlight look.” It’s the look that occurs on a teacher’s face when during a principal evaluation your classroom technology malfunctions and you look up to see 26 sets of eyes staring you down like a Mac truck on the interstate.
Need a fun activity for your staff to do over the summer? Have them explore the world of technology integration! You can use this board to get new ideas for the upcoming school year. Host a share party at the beginning of the year to collaborate about the things you found over the summer.
Looking to teach kids and their parents about online safety? Here are ten columns from The Cynja's award winning computer skills blog, Cynsei's Connection, ready for publication in your school, PTA or classroom newsletter! We include our series "How Cynja Are You?" which gives tips on being cyber sa