Communicate 3.2.1 The Newsletter

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Three highly effective methods for communicating with stakeholders include using a Smore, FlipSnack and ThingLink.  Below is an example of each method.

Smores

Smores can be used as a newsletter to communicate with parents, students, and other stakeholders.  Here is an example of a smore that was used to communicate with parents to help them “coach” their child to success: https://www.smore.com/tqc4v .

FlipSnack

FlipSnack is a way to convert several files into a simple virtual book.  This is ideal for communicating large amounts of information.  I used my FlipSnack to welcome students to my classroom:  http://www.flipsnack.com/andreajahall/welcome-to-math-with-mrs-hall.html.

ThingLink

According to their website “ThingLink is the leading platform for creating interactive images and videos for web, social, advertising, and educational channels.”  This is an awesome way to share information in an interesting way.  I can see myself using this for the virtual classroom bulletin board.  In this artifact I used ThingLink to create an End of Semester bulletin board.  Click here to view: https://www.thinglink.com/scene/656981143958061057.

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