I thought this was important to add to this collection because it's a follow up to the previous article but also because Bill Ferriter has included survey results as well as comments from both parents and students about combining Remind with sharing nonfiction.
One of the things that I like best about Remind is that it's not restricted to just messages. Teachers can text links to online content or even send documents via the app. Bill Ferriter has a great idea in this article about using Remind to send his students links to nonfiction content.
As you think about the Remind app, you might be thinking that all you can do is send messages to your students, but there's so much more. In this article is a list of a variety of things you'll be able to do with Remind.
When thinking about the use of technology tools, it's also important to consider why. This article makes some great points about the ins and outs of parent teacher communication. Also included is a great list of questions you should ask when selecting tools for communication.Remind is pointed out as one type of technology that can be used to support parent teacher communication.
This article is for you if you're just starting out with Remind or are thinking about using it. One of the best things about this article is that it contains three quick tutorials about using Remind. Even better is the video from a high school that uses comment about this tool from the administrator, teachers and students.