Today, we are thrilled to announce that Remind is available in Spanish! Hispanohablantes can now use Remind to connect with students and parents in their native language on the web, mobile web, Android or iOS. Here’s how to start using Remind in Spanish:Teachers
Students and parents
Given the communication barriers that exist across school communities around the world, the availability of Spanish on Remind (along with Chinese, German, Brazilian Portuguese, French, and UK English coming soon), brings us one step closer to empowering teachers, coaches, and administrators everywhere to strengthen relationships with students and parents.And of course we have our teachers to thank for this milestone! We were guided by a passionate group of Spanish-speaking teachers, such as Isaac Pineda and Dominique Dynes in Mexico, as well as Manel Trenchs i Molain Spain. Educators like Jay Sorensen, based in California, also reinforced the opportunity for Remind to help teachers bridge communication gaps with over 4 million Spanish-speaking ESL students in the U.S.We are so excited for hispanohablantes to give Remind a try! As always, please reach out to us on Twitter or Facebook if you have any questions or feedback. We look forward to helping more teachers around the world engage students and involve parents in their classrooms!P.S - Here are some helpful resources that teachers can share with Spanish-speaking teachers to familiarize them with Remind:
The Spanish version of Remind works exactly the same as our English version -- allowing teachers to send messages, links, photos, files, and Voice Clips and get instant feedback with Stamps. For questions on how foreign language characters are supported on SMS, click here.