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Presentation at annual Title I Conference on March 5, 2012 to share with Title I community efforts in the Malden Public Schools to outreach to parents using Web 2.0 and other media formats.

Presentation at annual Title I Conference on March 5, 2012 to share with Title I community efforts in the Malden Public Schools to outreach to parents using Web 2.0 and other media formats.

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Using Media To Support Parent Outreach Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Dr. Margaret Adams, Director of Language and Literacy Pat Fish, Title I Parent Coordinator Paul McCarthy, Title I Parent Coordinator
  • 2.
    • Share strategies including use of multiple forms of media being used by the Malden Public Schools to outreach to parents and families.
  • 3.
    • Introduction to Malden Public Schools
    • What are Web 2.0 Tools and Social Networking?
    • Web 2.0 Tools and how we are using them to communicate with parents
      • Facebook
      • Wikispace
      • Blogs
      • Twitter
    • Other Media Outreach Efforts
  • 4.
    • 1 Early Learning Center PreK-K, 5 Grade K-8 schools, and 1 Grade 9-12 High School
    • Grade K-8 Schools are Schoolwide Title I Schools
    • Total population 6,572 students in grades K-12
    • 44% First Language Not English
    • 16.3% Limited English Proficient
    • 62.6% Free and Reduced Lunch
    • 14.2% Special Education
  • 5.
    • Web 2.0 is a category of new Internet tools and technologies created around the idea that the people who consume media, access the Internet, and use the Web shouldn't passively absorb what's available; rather, they should be active contributors, helping customize media and technology for their own purposes, as well as those of their communities.
  • 6.
    • Social networking, also referred to as social media, encompasses many Internet-based tools that make it easier for people to listen, interact, engage and collaborate with each other.
    • Social networking platforms include Facebook , MySpace , YouTube , LinkedIn , Twitter , blogs, message boards, and Wikipedia .
  • 7.
    • African American 20.3%
    • Asian 22.1%
    • Hispanic 20.4%
    • Native American 0.5%
    • White 32.9%
    • Native Hawaiian, Pacific Islander 0.1%
    • Multi-Race, Non-Hispanic 3.7%
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  • 10. Highlight family events in the community Share news about the schools and students
  • 11. Share links to Title I newsletters and blog posts Send reminders of upcoming Title I events and workshops Create opportunities for conversations
  • 12. Share links to articles and tips from various organizations Like “Malden Families” on Facebook and share our links with your parents. Share photos of events and workshops by creating albums
  • 13. Get data weekly on your outreach efforts.
  • 14.
  • 15. A brief tutorial from  Free Technology for Teachers
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  • 17. The following directions apply to creating groups.
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  • 19. Select "group is closed" if you want your group to be on an invite-only basis
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    • http://www.freetech4teachers.com/2010/09/using-facebook-to-connect-with-students.html
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  • 24. Basics of Creating and Editing a Wikispaces Wiki. Richard Byrne
  • 25. Create a wiki  
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    • Malden Patch Blog includes ongoing posts.
    • Posts include the following:
      • Pictures and information on past or upcoming events.
      • Posting of parent tips and articles aimed at parents helping their children at home.
      • Pictures and information of what is happening in the schools.
  • 38. Example of Blog Post on ideas for parents and families to support learning at home. http://malden.patch.com/blog_posts/get-cooking-and-learning-with-the-kids
  • 39. http://malden.patch.com/blog_posts/beebe-english-language-learners-celebrate-the-power-of-writing Example of Malden Patch blog post about events going on in the schools.
  • 40. http://maldenguidance.wordpress.com/
  • 41.
    • http://www.freetech4teachers.com/p/creating-effective-blogs-websites.html
    • Great listing of different blog platforms and how to get started.
  • 42.
    • Video tape each of the morning Title I breakfasts
    • Video tape Parent Academy workshops
    • Tape other family events as we are able to that are appropriate for parents
  • 43.
    • Television style show on a monthly basis with invited guests
    • Guests include
      • Superintendent
      • Mayor
      • Principal
      • Curriculum Directors
  • 44.
    • Schoolfamily.com
    • http://www.schoolfamily.com/schools
  • 45.
    • Reading Rockets
    • http://www.readingrockets.org/sharing/widgets/
  • 46.
    • Title I Newsletter on quarterly basis
    • Monthly Literacy Calendar for families
    • Monthly Parent Connection Tips
    • Math and Science Parent Newsletters
    Use local print newspaprts, website, blogs, Facebook, and Twitter to distribute widely the information to parents and community.
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    • http://reading-calendars.pbworks.com/w/page/13012021/FrontPage
    • http://pbskids.org/island/activities/
    • http://www.rif.org/us/literacy-resources/activities/monthly-activity-calendars.htm
    • http://schoolsites.schoolworld.com/schools/Malden/departments.cfm?subpage=729392 (Malden’s Literacy Calendars)
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    • Like “Malden Families” on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Malden-Families/141563825915572
    • Follow our “Malden Families” Tweets on Twitter: http://twitter.com/#!/MaldenFamilies
    • Check out our web page: http://www.malden.mec.edu/departments.cfm?subpage=716935
    • Check out our wikispace: www.maldenfamilies.wikispaces.com
    • Follow our blog posts: http://malden.patch.com/users/margaret-adams-2/blog_posts?page=1
  • 52.
    • Welcome to Parent 2.0- A Wiki Resource for Parents and Educators in a Technology-Enabled World http://parent20.wikispaces.com/
    • Blog Posts on Connecting Parents and Schools using technology http://www.ourschool.ca/
    • Check out these webinars many having to do with Web 2.0 tools and parents http://edtechtalk.com/ParentsasPartners
    • Short videos that explain lots of topics in plain English www.commoncrafters.com