Transcript: This type of communication is good between home and school because you can instantly find out if their is a problem or if the teacher just wants to get in contact with you. No matter were you are or what type of schedule you have you can always receive them anywhere if you have electronic devices. Keep an Open Communication E mails With classroom website parents can also keep in contact with the teachers. They also allow the parent to see what important assignments need to be done or if there are new things that are happening not only in the classroom but in the school as well. "Doing so will keep the lines of communication open and remind parents that your school cares about their child."(Wood, 2011). Personally I feel this is the best way to communicate. Like all the other forms of communication you know if something is going on or if the teacher is just checking in. It's an easy way for parents to stay engaged because everybody has a phone so I feel that thi stype of communication is the easiest. Just while on the phone with one another make sure you respect the parents opinion and input because it is their child. Having a healthy communication between home and school is very important for the child to be sccessful academically and personaly. "When school leaders, teachers, and other school staff respect parents* and share information with them openly and frequently, parents are more likely to trust and work with the school to support their child’s learning."(Wood, 2011). It's important for parents to know what's happening with their child at school. The children whose parents are engaged with school I feel shows their children that they can trust what they learn in school will be benefit them academically. When parents are engaged with teachers it helps motivate students to try their best in school. Improving Communication Between Home and School References Classroom Websites Faculty Presentation Phone Calls Wood, C. (2011). School-Home Communication Strategies. Having technology being used as a tool for communication with parents is very important for the children’s lives because it helps form long lasting bonds. When parents are and stay involved with their academics they know exactly what is happening with their children, and the same goes for the teachers. Involved parents know if they are failing behind or on track, their strengths and weaknesses, behavior in the classroom and etc. because the teachers inform them they can come up with a plan to get the children back on track if need be. Technology and parent/teacher communication have gone hand in hand over the years. As technology has progressed so has parent/teacher communication. Technology grows everyday now we have Facebook, blogs, classroom websites and on top of emails, texts, and calls which these are all used to communicate more effectively. As technology advances so will form of communication. The parents can see what their children are learning in class which helps them to stay engaged, the students can talk to one another if they have questions as well as talk to the teacher instead waiting for the next day. Ways To Communicate By Using Technology
Transcript: Well over half of our responders indicated faculty as what they like about BW Undergraduates age 24 years or older Starting or returning to college more than four years after high school Veteran Considered financially independent for purposes of determining financial aid Fulfill multiple adult roles such as parent, spouse/partner, caregiver, employee, and student Non-Traditional Student Success Connect learning with their daily lives and work Theoretical framework to use in their daily life and work is an effective way of meeting the needs of the wide range of backgrounds, learning styles, and goals adults bring to higher education Focus on knowledge and skills they need to succeed in today’s society Student-led learning opportunities Course-embedded experiential learning Accommodating different learning styles Adult learner may be fearful of entering or re-entering a formal learning setting after many years. Early successes are key. ROLE OF FACULTY -the best part of BWU are the faculty. There's a ton of support and camaraderie. THANK YOU -The professors. As a night and weekend student, the professors understand the demands that we have. What do you like about BW? Role Strain IMPORTANCE OF FACULTY In addition to academic responsibilities, non-traditional students also must devote time and energy to several other commitments Even though faculty members may not always be aware of it, their interactions can have a far-reaching influence on their students. Faculty member–student relations are a strong motivator and indicator of learning (Christensen & Menzel, 1998). In particular,Decker, Dona, and Christenson (2007) note that the student–faculty member relationship is more important in predicting students’ social–emotional functioning than their academic performance. -Instructors are very creative and get students involved with group projects, interactive assignments, and other non-traditional ways of learning. -I've had some outstanding professors that really understand the unique needs of Adult Students and the challenges we face balancing family, career, and school-life. They're great! DEFINITION OF NON-TRADITIONAL STUDENTS STUDENT RESPONSES VETERAN STUDENTS OUTSIDE OBLIGATIONS AND OBSTACLES -I love the passion of the Professors in ensuring students learn. I love the background and experience that the Professors have in their fields. Keys to Achievement TECHNIQUES
Transcript: Capstone Presentation Kirstin Cole Director: Monica Larson COMM 461 FAB & FEM FAB & FEM Fashion Blog Fashion Blog Mission Statement: FAB & FEM explores trends, fashion, beauty, lifestyle tips, and all things curious, fashionable, aspiring women care about. Audience: 18-35 y/o A recognizable logo Research Methods Research Blog Analysis Survey Google Forms Promoted via Facebook, Twitter and Snapchat For full responses: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1uqVgNkCfY6jFbf9uqjovtjP1WuKWyTyjgWTsy-x3qQI/edit?usp=sharing Top 10 Web Design Trends of 2020 Top 4 that I decided to use: Whitespace Exposed grid Motion Fullscreen forms Blog Anallysis Survey Results Survey Results- Demographics Some more responses: Blog Analysis Survey Results Cont. Blog Analysis Survey Results Original Plan- Dilley Farm Website A website similar to a Facebook group for residents and family members of The Dilley Farm Access to scheduling houses on the property Photo gallery, news feed, and other features to promote communication and organization within the community Original Plan Why change? Website to Blog I changed in order to incorporate my minor into my project FACS with Fashion emphasis minor A fashion blog seemed to fit me better; I love dressing up and being able to promote it on social media Receiving direct feedback helps traffic to blog, social media accounts, and other platforms Weekly Posts Process I made posts on Instagram and Facebook to promote blog posts I should have utilized Snapchat and maybe Twitter more frequently in a different layout I think I would need to post more frequently on Tik Tok in order for users to recognize the FAB & FEM brand- I could have utilized my logo as an avatar instead of a personal picture Posts Posts Posts Posts Tik Tok for blog post promotion Posts https://vm.tiktok.com/tKWMVB/ 56 likes, 10 comments 1,300+ views Should have shared on Snapchat for higher view count What would I have done differently? Improvement Promoted on Instagram weekly per blog post Share to Facebook stories Create custom snap chat stories that link to blog Share Tik Tok on Facebook story and Snapchat What I have taken away: Conclusion Taking the time to believe that your own social media page will improve site visits and encourage conversation on the blog I think I should have branched out some on different platforms such as Tik Tok and Snapchat more frequently instead of just Instagram and Facebook I want to continue using this blog; I am curious to see how many visits I can have, the bounce rate, and forms submitted Future Plans Things to do in the Future: Create email campaign SEO plan to be found on Google Automatic Responses to visitors on site Promotional Video These steps all require a paid yearly plan, this is a marketing decision I would make in the future based on traffic through personal awareness Welcome to FAB & FEM! Visit the blog! Site Menu Overview Home everything visible while scrolling offers chat room Posts shortcut to blog posts About mission statement and information Members option to sign up to connect with other users Forum Can add posts to start conversations Contact Link https://kirstincole50.wixsite.com/webfabandfem
Transcript: Pilgrimages Mark Recznik Chris Ice Chris Madden Mark Nehrbas Mike Hernon Ben Gessler Brian Rechen Amy Heiss Alissa Brun Sheila Lane Nadia Kramer Michelle Lee Not pictured: Scott Greve, Bryant Mowry, Ann Ciotti, Carrie Libetti The parent becomes invested in our engineering program. He offers to help out the program, and donates $10,000 for a 3D Printer. Selling the Mission and Vision The Advancement Team seeks to further the mission and vision of the university by building life-long fruitful relationships with alumni, parents, pilgrims, the local community, and benefactors. Major Gifts Officer Donations - All Cash Receipts Pilgrimages Michelle calls and sets up an appointment with the parent. Challenges and Opportunities Alumni chapters: 2 active alumni chapters: Washington DC and Southern California Developing chapters: Pittsburgh, Chicago, Columbus, New Orleans, and Philadelphia Development Officer - Grants and Research Community Relations Alissa Brun 3D Printer Development Development Parent's Multi-year Giving Trajectory Development 4 years to move a major donor 90%+ of monies come from the top 3% of donors Participate in more than 400 functions per year Alumni Relations Franciscan University of Steubenville's Advancement Department Mission "If you are going to change something you have got to live on vision, before you live on reality. You have to be so inspired by the vision, that you keep telling everybody until it gets in them, and they start living it with you.” Fr. Michael Scanlan, TOR Where are they? 5-6 Pilgrimages per year 200 pilgrims per year Chris Ice Alumni Growth by Decade Parent Anita Jackson Mike Florak Marisa Ross Alissa completes research on the parent. Donor Relations Nancy Ross Mary Zimmerman Tim Delaney Chris travels to San Francisco to visit with the parent. Campaign Progress Foundation for Success: Prayer and pilgrimage Surveys and focus groups on priorities Addressing many needs (Today, Tomorrow, and Forever) Maximizing Quiet Phase Campaign Planning Giving by Donor Type Scott Greve Community Relations Scott goes on Parent's Week in Austria and meets the parents of a current student. Alumni Growth Denny Dankoski Laura Schaefer Last fiscal year 11,174 donors gave $6,639,644 Franciscan University's mission is to educate, evangelize, and send forth joyful disciples in order to restore all things in Christ. Coordinate, host, or support 24 events per year Approximately 1,200 alumni participate in annual events 18,563 Franciscan Graduates The parent is invited to speak on campus. He visits Franciscan, meets with Dr. Doroski and Dr. Greenly, and sits in on an engineering class. Alumni Career Mentoring Alumni speakers What does Advancement encompass? Michelle Lee Dr. Derek Doroski & Dr. Justin Greenly Director of Major Gifts Alumni Relations Alumni Relations Connecting with Alumni The Advancement Team seeks to further the mission and vision of the university by building life-long fruitful relationships with alumni, parents, pilgrims, the local community, and benefactors. Connecting with Major Donors Steubenville, OH Our Mission Statement San Francisco, CA 3D Printer product designed by students Major Gift Process
Transcript: Official Saint Michael's College Twitter Account Mallory Wood Asst Director of Marketing firstname.lastname@example.org Since Jan. 1 6500+ views ave. time on page = 3 min Mallory Wood Asst Director of Marketing email@example.com 45-85 clicks/blogger http://bit.ly/SMC2014 (488 members) think "private facebook" Knight Space (NING) Official Saint Michael's College Fan Page Social Media Overview Official Class of 2014 Group Page Official Saint Michael's Blogger FlickR photostream Questions? (1,371 members) www.smcblogs.com On Campus and Abroad Student Bloggers http://bit.ly/SMCtwtw (29,659 views) Since March 23 1438 clicks to Blogs Official Saint Michael's College YouTube Channel www.facebook.com/saintmichaelscollege
Transcript: Teachers and parents find it somewhat difficult to meet in the confounds of the classroom. Skype gives an alternative option to a formal meeting that eliminates the obstacles of finding the opportunity to meet in-person (Hutchison, Beschorner, Schmidt-Crawford, 2012) . The digital world makes life much easier for all parties . Skyping is another form of digital communication that allows the teacher to meet with parents in a conferences online, introduce themselves to the parents, do group discussions, and give access to each party 24/7. Using skype is more personal than emails and phone calls. This sort of new age technology allows the teacher to extend his/her levels of messaging. Bringing this type of communique into the school will elevate time management for the instructor and the parents. This is a great way to meet with other classrooms without leaving the comfort of ones teaching environment. Children can practice mock interviews during career week. Teacher's can design group projects for students to work on via skype. The goal of faculty and administration is ensure that all parents have access to this technology. Electronic Communication Electronic communication is fastest way to reach out to someone. With text ing and emailing teachers can get instant reply's, other information needed at a moments notices. Having their parents email address and cell phone numbers for text ing will allow another source of a communication plans between the two entities. Teachers can send out instant flyers, homework assignments, permission slips, and so on so forth. Parent can send letters of concerns or just to communicate. This kind of communication take the responsibility out of the students hands. It can also be used as record that was a communication made between teacher and parent. When meeting someone in-person one can get a sense of who a individual is. You really see their body language, facial expression, and eye contact. By observing someone body language you can tell when someone is uncomfortable around you and when begin to be comfortable. Their facial expression give on insight into what a person's mood is. Eye contact usually delivers the honesty of an individual. Teachers should take the time contact each parent in their classroom through a personal letter by introducing themselves and outlining the classroom rules and procedures and letting them know that they have an open door policy to them. Written correspondence is a form of permanent black and white documents that administration and educators should ensure is accurate, understandable for reading by parents. Creating a welcome sign or banner that reflect the various languages spoken in the classroom setting gives the pupil and parent a visual invitation into the environment and note that everyone is welcome no matter their ethnicity, beliefs, gender, and so forth and so on. Strategy Two: Written Communication Social Online Groups Hutchison, A., Beschorner, B., & Schmidt-Crawford, D. (2012). Exploring the use of the iPad literacy learning. Reading Teacher, 66 (1), 15-23 Willard, N.; (n) http://www.educationworld.com/a_issues/issues/issues423.shtml In conclusion "I think we can do better than this" Improving communication between home and school takes focus, consistency, initiative and teamwork. Parents need to know the approach an educator will take in some instances; and the various ways they will use to notify them. Determination is a key element in keeping the lines of communication open between school and home; teacher should be aggressive in forming a relationship with their parents. Being aggressive let the parents know they are important and needed. Social group online is a remarkable ways create a strong foundation for a teacher and their students. This type of group generates support for all persons involved. Online groups can be formed via websites, blogs, Facebook, twitter and others. Everyone can get to know one another through communication and sharing information, photos and so forth and so on. Teachers are the first contact to parents once a child has entered their classroom it is a great idea and in the best interest of student for him/her to form a respectful relationship with the parent. Faculty presentation: communication References Dear parents, Welcome to 2nd grade! The school year has started again, and I want you to know how excited I am to have your child my class for this exciting and challenging new year. I will keep you informed of the progress and upcoming events that may go on in the school year. Be on the lookout for a monthly newsletter that I will send to your on the first of every month. This newsletter will give you dates of the upcoming events, breakfast and lunch menus, along with exciting updates on what has went on in the classroom. Communication is key in making sure we have a smooth sailing school year, so be sure I will do my best to make sure you know exactly what's going on. I know sometimes our children
Transcript: The Buzz Just finished their second year Great Apps Edmodo Today's Meet Schoolology Moodle EduCreations Explain Everything Doodle Cast Pro Creative Book Builder Comic Life Puppet Pals Explain Everything The Hike Work Flow Using What We Learned in the Classroom Whiteboard Recording Apps Independent Reading Projects Student folders for various classes Out folders (specific to section) Templates (class notes, reading logs, rubrics) In folders (specific to assignment) Essays, reading logs Personal folders When do teachers collaborate? Consistent use of apps Student work flow Collaboration Communication Creativity Critical Thinking Dropbox Box Issues to Address The 4 Cs of 21st Century Learning Math EduCreations/Explain Everything iTeach San Domenico English/History/Language Student Tools Taking class notes Upload daily Math/Language Arts note templates to Dropbox Students can take notes and save finished notes to Dropbox Use of colors to annotate notes, show revisions Something to work on Notability We already know a lot! iPad Program Social Networking in the Classroom Prezi iBook Author PicCollage Virtual Manipulatives Middle School Math HD Brainpop Dropbox Notability SlingNotes Flashcards Deluxe Teachers learning from teachers Be open to learning from students Reading ebooks Subtext! Socrative Creating individual and group presentations Creating digital storyboards to introduce an author or character Reteaching grammar lessons (can be uploaded to the class website) Common Sense Media Prezi Noodletools Skitch Brainpop Shakespeare in Bits News 360 TransJugador Devolve Me Classroom Presentations Digital Citizenship: Establishing trust that they will use the technology appropriately Students taking responsibility for their own learning (Keynote Presentation) Wildlife! What they learned: Baby steps Growth mind set Professional development Using internal resources Teachers can record lessons for sub use or for unfinished lessons (which can be uploaded to class website) Students can create lessons on grammar/math concepts (can help assess student understanding)
Transcript: How Can I Incorporate Technology Into My FA Class? Store Your Class Docs in Google Docs Students Can: Edit Documents - practice logs - sign up sheets (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr Create Documents Coming Soon: iPad in the Classroom One Stop Shop... (cc) photo by Metro Centric on Flickr How To.. Fine Arts Instructional Technology (cc) photo by jimmyharris on Flickr Access Documents (cc) photo by Franco Folini on Flickr
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