Newsletters / Oct 20, 2020
ClassTag Gazette: October 2020
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As the year comes to a close, you might reflect on the journey so far, as well as look forward to what 2018 might bring ahead.
As you reflect, are you celebrating success with your family engagement or still looking for answers?
For ClassTag teachers, it’s undoubtedly the former ?
We asked some of our most inspiring teachers to share their stories and the amazing results with us. Explore these uplifting parent engagement case studies and set your sights on achieving similar results in your classroom community in 2018. We know you can do it!
Danielle Fugazzi – First Grade Teacher
Meet Danielle, one teacher from New York that understands the power of having parents as partners.
Until last year, engaging families was a major challenge.
“I had parents who complained about not being informed and wanting more information, even though it was sent out.”
She had tried several other communication tools. However, the only solution that will truly engage parents is one that they love to use.
Every family signed up within days and Danielle was able to switch all communications, coordination, and community to ClassTag.
Read the full parent engagement case study and learn more about Danielle’s results here.
Susan Oehlertz – Technology Integrationist – Iowa
Susan Oehlertz brings innovative thinking to the schools in her area. After seeing teachers losing time and energy maintaining multiple communication methods, she saw an opportunity to empower teachers to reach more parents, in less time.
“I recommend ClassTag to all teachers for all their communications because we had so much success using it with parent-teacher conferences.”
Teachers at Title 1 schools in Susan’s area enjoyed much-increased parent participation, volunteerism and conference attendance.
Get the case study and learn more about Susan’s results here.
It’s been an amazing year, and we’re inspired by the success of our teachers to make 2018 even better! Are you going to join us? It could just be your best year yet ?
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