This blog has attracted quite a few new readers over the past few weeks, and it’s now up to over 21,000 daily subscribers (according to Feedburner).
I just wanted to make sure that newer readers are aware of my other blog, titled Engaging Parents In School. I began it last year to support my first book, Building Parent Engagement In Schools.
I don’t post there nearly as often as I post here, but the best way to get a “taste” for it is by checking out these two compilations of posts from that blog:
My Most Popular Blog Posts On Parent Engagement (Over The Past Year)
What Parent Engagement Posts Did Readers Find Most “Engaging” This Quarter?
If you like what you see, you can subscribe to that blog by RSS feed or by email (to subscribe by email there’s a box on that blog’s sidebar).
This is great to know. Thanks for posting this information! Last year I taught a workshop in my school on 21st Century Learning and our ESL teacher was one of the attendees. Using the information she learned in my workshop with her ELL Kindergarteners and First Graders allowed her to win a PBS Innovative Educator award! Very exciting. Anyway- many of those technologies were Web 2.0 activities that lend themselves to parent engagement and involvement. As a result, this became a focus of ours last school year. The power of the Web 2.0 tools in fostering parent engagement should not be overlooked. I am looking forward to reading your blog posts on parent engagement. We will be presenting at the November NJ Teacher’s convention on this topic. Thanks for being such a valuable resource!