Webinar: Getting Parents Involved

Kidblog teacher of five years, Danielle Mastrogiovanni, shares how blogging has opened a door into her classroom and changed her students’ relationship with writing. She gives tips and applicable advice on getting parents involved in class work using Kidblog.

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Tips for educating parents on blogging and how it works in the classroom
  • Ways to get parents connected to your class blog and ensure they are commenting on student work
  • How to stay on top of your class blog throughout the year – staying consistent

View an outline for getting parents involved and Danielle’s technology permission letter.

Read Danielle’s article on Writing for an Authentic Audience: Tips to getting parents involved in your class blog

Connect with Danielle on Twitter @MsMastro123 and follow Danielle’s blog.

View Danielle’s Kidblog class here.

About the Author
Laura is a Kidblog Customer Success Manager. She enjoys connecting with teachers daily to share Kidblog stories, learn how they use Kidblog in their classroom, and hear unique feature ideas to better our platform. Laura loves strong morning coffee, an invigorating yoga flow, and exploring new cities around the world.

Leave a comment

For individual teachers, memberships are $54/year or $12/month

Enroll your grade level/school/district, priced per student. Ask about getting 3 months free when you start in March.