New school year, new class, or both? Whether you’re communicating with parents or students, set the tone—and set your class up for success—from the very first message you send.
Along with a friendly greeting—and maybe a fun fact or photo—pass along these important Remind tips to your class:
[.c-grey-box]TIP: Encourage your class to download the Remind app for easy messaging on the go.[.c-grey-box]
Consistency can play a huge role in helping students and parents learn what to expect, so think through one or two routines that are simple to put in place.
Some examples from our community:
[.c-grey-box]TIP: Kick off your brainstorm by listing the updates and announcements you usually share with your classes—especially the recurring ones.[.c-grey-box]
Along with creating a routine, plan out some regular resources, prompts, and activities that help get your class involved.
A few educator-tested ideas:
[.c-grey-box]TIP: Looking for more? Check out our other resources for using Remind![.c-grey-box]