Going the extra step for parental involvement: Connecting family and school with the power of teacher websites.
Current literature supports the idea of teacher created websites for parental involvement; however, it does not provide adequate guidelines for determining formal content of a teacher website. While potential benefits are often suggested, specific guidelines appear infrequently. This study sought to address some of the shortcomings in the literature on teacher websites by conducting an online survey of both teachers and parents of elementary schools regarding their beliefs about what is essential and ideal content for teacher websites.
Clute Institute for Academic Research
Unal, Z. (2008). Going the extra step for parental involvement: Connecting family and school with the power of teacher websites. Journal of College Teaching & Learning, 5(6). doi: 10.19030/tlc.v5i6.1253
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