by Quincy Hills | 1.14.21
I was very humbled by an experience I had last March, after the switch to distance learning. I was driving to go pick up some groceries, and I saw three of our students sitting on a curb with a Chromebook. I thought, “What in the world are they doing?”
by Katie Pyne | 10.21.20
Teachers all know that sometimes when a family member asks, “How was school?” a kid will just say “fine” and that’s it – and we also know that families need to hear a little more than that about what’s happening in our classroom communities!
by Teacher2Teacher Team | 7.5.20
We’ve heard from you and your fellow teachers that connecting with students and family members to get feedback on the ups and downs of distance learning can be challenging.
by Xavier Reed | 10.7.19
There is so much we can learn from parents, aunts and uncles, grandparents and any guardian.
by Xavier Reed | 9.26.19
In my mind, a school is one of the main hubs in every community – and everyone in our community should feel like we want them there and we want to hear their voices.
by Jessica Solano | 9.27.17
“Because of this new approach to homework, families feel they have common ground to talk with their students.”
by Jen Larson | 8.19.17
“I started actually connecting with my students’ families after a revelation: I needed to go where the families were.”
by Draco Chu | 12.8.15
Draco Chu is a special education teacher in his second year of the Teach For America program at a Title I middle school in the Los Angeles area. He previously