Feedback You Can Use: Looping Parents in to Drive Student Success and Culture

March 28, 2023 ParentPowered, creators of Ready4K
Feedback You Can Use: Looping Parents in to Drive Student Success and Culture
Show Notes

This edWeb podcast is sponsored by ParentPowered, creators of Ready4K.
The webinar recording can be accessed here.

Family feedback acts as a lens, allowing educational organizations to focus and reflect on their practices in a new light. Gathering feedback from parents and caregivers not only opens the door to increased family engagement and involvement, but also provides valuable insights into the attitudes and behaviors of your school community. Family feedback can also help you improve systemwide structures such as curricula and student support services. 

As you develop new procedures and pathways to enhance student outcomes, improve retention, and increase recruitment, parent feedback is a critical tool for cultivating a culture that supports positive and sustainable change. Listen to this edWeb podcast to hear experts share best practices from their experiences leading schools and designing educational products, including:

  • How and when to ask families for feedback and ways to act on it
  • Simple ways to analyze feedback while minimizing bias
  • The importance of creating a feedback loop by following up with families after receiving feedback

Learn how to best leverage parent feedback to optimize learning experiences and outcomes while engaging families as active partners in their children’s education. This edWeb podcast is of interest to PreK-8 teachers, school and district leaders, and school counselors.

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