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Tips for Teachers to Create Effective Parent Communications

Tips for Teachers to Create Effective Parent Communications

K-12 education teachers are really effective at connecting with, and engaging their students. But they don’t receive as much training and support as you might expect in speaking to parents. As a result, parent-teacher conferences and sending newsletters can be anxiety producing events. From finding content to finding your voice to how principals and superintendents can help, a former teacher and current communications expert joins us to provide tips on parent-teacher communications.

About our guest:

Lindsay Kapsa is a former educator, school administrator and expert innovator in the education tech industry for over a decade.  Currently, she is the VP of Strategy and Success for ClassTag, the leading parent-teacher communication platform. Her life long career in education and beloved role as mother of two has uniquely positioned Lindsay to help support the collaboration between parents, teachers and administrators to help all students succeed.

 

This show is brought to you by K-12 Clothing. K-12 Clothing is a PTA-Dad created business focused on providing high-quality school apparel while increasing access to educational resources through fundraising in schools. Learn more at k12clothing.com

This show is made possible by support from SquadLocker.

Giving Thanks to Our Teachers: Ways to Support Teacher Well Being

Giving Thanks to Our Teachers: Ways to support teacher well-being

In celebration of the school breaks, giving thanks, and giving back, we wanted to drop this special episode about investing in our teacher. We hope that people will take the downtime to invest in themselves and the education community around them.

About our guest:

Rebecca Arnold is the CEO of Root Coaching & Consulting, LLC  Rebecca is a certified, professional coach, speaker, and writer. She supports her clients to transform into their most powerful and purposeful selves, to amplify their impact in the world, and to thrive personally and professionally. She works with organizations, including school systems, law firms, and tech, that are committed to supporting their people. Her clients are leaders that hail from the domains of health, education, law, social justice, mental health, and entrepreneurship. Her professional experience spans policy, government, law, non-profit organizations, and the education sector. She holds a JD from Northeastern University, a BA from Brown University, and is a certified, professional Co-Active© coach. She is the mom of two children and lives in the Northeast.

 

This show is brought to you by K-12 Clothing. K-12 Clothing is a PTA-Dad created business focused on providing high-quality school apparel while increasing access to educational resources through fundraising in schools. Learn more at k12clothing.com

 

This show is made possible by support from SquadLocker.

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