Hi everyone! I’m Princess Netherly from Teaching, Love, Cupcakes and I’m excited to be a guest blogger today!
Today I’m going to give you a quick tutorial with screen shots of three resources I use for parent-teacher communication that will help keep you organized. If you’re like me the last thing you want is more paper to keep up with. I don’t know any teacher who wants MORE paperwork!
Both you and your parents will love how easy it can be to schedule conferences and volunteer opportunities in the classroom. The best part is less paper to keep up with. Say goodbye to lost papers in backpacks or left behind on the floor after dismissal!
First up is Doodle. Doodle is a website that makes scheduling conferences easy. Simply click schedule an event on the homepage and start filling in your details.
See the option for repeated pattern? Click on it if you plan to repeat anything in the month. I didn’t pay attention to this the first couple of months I started on Volunteer Spot and ended up taking longer than necessary to finish my sign ups.
More about me:I’m a second grade teacher from Texas wrapping up my fifth year of teaching. I enjoy learning about new technology to use in my classroom while still setting the foundations of learning with basic skills my students need. When I’m not teaching/creating products/blogging I enjoy traveling, exercise, and watching my favorite shows on Bravo.