Administered by ESD 123

Description

In districts serving diverse cultural and language groups, standard communication channels are not always effective for engaging all families. Immigrants may not read in their native languages; some ethnic groups rely on word-of-mouth networks; some lack trust in the school system; families in poverty may not have access to the internet at home. Learn how one school district harnessed the power of technology for sophisticated, innovative, two-way communication to reach all families and the community as a whole. Find out how you can use mobile apps, e-flyers, redesigned newsletters, different engagement platforms, and the human touch to increase overall community involvement and student success.

Panelists: Susan Enfield, Ed.D., superintendent, and Catherine Carbone Rogers, chief communications officer, Highline Public Schools, Burien, Wash.

Location

Educational Service District 123
3924 W. Court Street Pasco WA 99301

Dates

  • Fri, February 10 2017 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM
    Lewis & Clark Room

Registration

Event # 13028

Price
Free
Registered
6 / 30
Registration Ends
Wednesday Feb 8, 2017 12:00 AM

Registration is now closed.

Subjects

Educational Technology Professional Development Technology

Audience

Ed Tech Director Information Technology Director Principal Superintendent All District Staff - School and Central Office
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