You may or may not know that I have another blog focusing on parent engagement resources. And I have scores of related “Best” lists here.
Over the past few years, though, I’ve just been sharing links to related resources there, and have used Storify to collect them.
Storify, however, announced this past week that they are closing down next May. So, I’m beginning to sort through those collections and move key resources to other platforms.
This list is my first attempt at this review. For now, I’m just collecting the most key links here and at some later date will add them to the appropriate “Best” lists.
I’ve previously published The Best Parent Engagement Resources 2017. This post is really the Best of 2016 as I attempt to salvage Storify resources, but I thought it would be strange to title this post with that date as we enter 2018.
I’ll continue to collect parent engagement resources at my other blog. However, I’ll be using the TweetDeck “collections” feature for those future posts.
I’m adding this post to All 2017 “Best” Lists In One Place.
Here are my choices:
The Stories That Bind Us is from The NY Times.
sound advice for parents based on scientific research! https://t.co/YTz5Dd9qTH
— Angela Duckworth (@angeladuckw) December 14, 2016
— MindShift (@MindShiftKQED) December 11, 2016
A new study found that teachers are less likely to contact parents of color about students' accomplishments. https://t.co/Y1QjybbwGd
— EdWeek Teacher (@EdWeekTeacher) November 18, 2016
— Education Week (@educationweek) November 17, 2016
How Discrimination Shapes Parent-Teacher Communication https://t.co/JbL8tgThHW
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) November 16, 2016
Between Families and Schools: Creating Meaningful Relationships https://t.co/CFj2jG3hn3
— Val Brown (@ValeriaBrownEdu) November 6, 2016
— edutopia (@edutopia) October 28, 2016
A long-running shared-fundraising program in Portland sent nearly 1/3 of $3.4M raised to needy schools https://t.co/iTTHwFVDg0
— Alexander (@alexanderrusso) October 21, 2016
— WIDA™ (@WIDAConsortium) October 3, 2016
How to help your kid with math even though methods have probably changed since you were at school https://t.co/b9o0JZKUoT
— Larry Ferlazzo (@Larryferlazzo) September 11, 2016
— Karen Mapp (@karen_mapp) September 10, 2016
— MVS_Principal (@MVS_Principal) September 3, 2016
— Nelson Flores (@nelsonlflores) August 27, 2016
— Education Week (@educationweek) August 16, 2016
— Jennifer Gonzalez (@cultofpedagogy) August 3, 2016
A summary of research on the parental attitudes/knowledge most associated with positive outcomes in young children: https://t.co/sawy9rkEIp
— Dylan Wiliam (@dylanwiliam) July 26, 2016
— Mindset Scholars (@MindsetScholars) June 15, 2016
— Karen Mapp (@karen_mapp) June 6, 2016
— Education Week (@educationweek) May 20, 2016
— Chanda Turner (@ChandaTurner) April 7, 2016
Also late to GREAT Eduardo Porter piece relevant to my interests: on how marriage not necessarily solution for kids: https://t.co/YJaNNOFRdZ
— Rebecca Traister (@rtraister) March 24, 2016
— Education Week (@educationweek) March 18, 2016
— TheAtlanticEducation (@TheAtlEducation) March 10, 2016
When parents read to their kids, the difference shows in their behavior, academic performance – and brain activity https://t.co/BZB9gFHdON
— APA (@APA) February 3, 2016
— Rusul الربيعي ✊🏼 (@RusulAlrubail) January 15, 2016