Providing information for parents about their child’s day.

This is probably the toughest part for parents, not really knowing how their child’s day went. Love this idea from SpeechTechie about “Tech-ing up Communication Books”. I’m thinking you could add a component where the child can write a reflective note about highlights and lowlights, also called thorns and roses during their day. This can provide a stepping stool for greater conversations between parent and child. Read more about using google docs to facilitate school to home conversations with SpeechTechie.
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Tech-ing up Communication Books — SpeechTechie- Technology, Apps and Lessons for SLPs and Teachers who like Words

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Elizabeth Burke

Elizabeth is an educator with a focus on supporting students with exceptionalities. Teaching in public education for 12 years with specialized training in Social Thinking™; Masters in Differentiated Instruction, Doctoral Student in Education Leadership. She enjoys spending time with her family: daughters, son-in laws, son & 4 grandchildren.

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