Host with Computers – Host with Paper
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Thank you for considering having a conversation about designing DC's school report card with parents and families in your network. Your engagement is critical as we design the best, most useful report card tool for parents and families. As you think about your session, know that there are two ways to host a session – one where you have access to computers and can do the activities online, and one where you use paper and pen to get feedback. Everything you need for both types of sessions is below. Thanks so much again for taking the time to engage your community to help us build a school report card that works for our families in DC. We couldn’t do it without you!
First Things First – Prepare for Your Session! You need to decide whether you want to host a session where participants are using computers and the internet to complete the activities, or whether you want to do the session with paper and pencil. Let us know if you need help with getting access to computers or other types of support. Then, read up on the background you need to know for the report card session. Finally, get the word out!
Get to Know DC’s ESSA Plan | Phase 1 Content Engagement Overview | Design Engagement Overview | Invitation Email Language | Promo Flyer Template | Sample Twitter Posts | Sample Facebook Posts | Sample Text Message
Host Your Session – Two Options. Everything you need to host an engaging session, either in a computer lab or other area with internet-connected computers, or the old fashioned way, with paper and pen.
Here’s what you need to host a session with internet-connected computers. Need help finding a computer lab? Email us!
Facilitator Guide | Facilitator Script | Online Survey | FAQ Sheet | Sign in Sheet | Sample PowerPoint