Using Remind allows me to keep my students and their parents up-to-date with exactly what’s going on in class.

Todd Nesloney Principal at Navasota Intermediate

A new look for Remind on web!

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Today, we’re excited to roll-out a new and improved look for Remind on web! Over the past few months, we’ve been collecting all your feedback, notes, and suggestions and turned them into a redesign we think you’ll love. Thank you to educators like Tasha Candella, Lisa Dabbs, Matt Hurst, Matt Soeth, Brant Farris, Louise Colbert, Ben Spieldenner and more for sharing your ideas and helping us make Remind even more useful for teachers, students, and parents. We couldn’t have made this happen without you. :)

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Chat with Multiple People


I taught computer science to high school students for three years, and it was an incredibly challenging and rewarding experience. One of the classes I taught was an advanced programming elective. This class provided students with the opportunity to build their programming skills through project-based learning. I’d often get emails from students with questions about their projects, and any answer I sent them outside of class would need to be repeated in class, taking up valuable time. I needed a way to respond to student questions that kept everyone in sync.

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Remind’s Guide to ISTE 2015


If you’re headed to Philadelphia next week for the big ISTE conference, you might have had a chance to look at the massive schedule that is jam-packed with great classroom strategies, tech ideas, networking events, and more. Upon first glance, this conference of nearly 18,000 attendees can be a little daunting. Where do you begin

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Remind Chat now helps you connect with school colleagues!


Along with reaching students and parents instantly, teachers also need a fast, effective way to communicate with each other. There are many ways for teachers to connect, but they’re not always the easiest or most convenient. Email can fall through the cracks or not reach recipients in real-time. Waiting to connect at lunch breaks, after

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Using Remind at Camps and Summer Programs


Each day, the Remind team talks to parents, program leaders, and coaches that want to know if they can use Remind to help keep their communities connected outside of school. The answer is absolutely yes, and it’s still safe, simple, and free. Keep reading to get started!

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How Coaches Can Inspire Summer Learning

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For many coaches and school club leaders, being a mentor is an important role that continues into the summer. We sat down with Craig Badura, technology integration specialist and golf coach for Aurora Public Schools, to learn how coaches can continue to support students throughout the summer months.

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Preparing Your Remind Account for Summer

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You made it, the school year has ended! Your students are more confident, smarter, and a bit older than when they first walked into your classroom thanks to your hard work this year. Now, with your classroom empty at the end of the year, it’s time to get your Remind account cleaned up for the summer. Simply follow the check list below!

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EdTech Tools for Summer PD

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The air is hot, recycling bins are overflowing, and you’re single handedly doing a one-man circus attempting to keep students engaged, and yes, even learning, until the last bell rings to signify—school is out for the summer! It’s important to take time away from the world of education to recharge. But, when you’re ready, here are a few edtech tools to grow your craft.

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How Principals Can Spark Summer Learning


Being a school leader is a challenging and complex role, no matter what time of year. We sat down with principal, lead learner, and Digital Principal of The Year, Derek Mccoy, to learn how school administrators can grow in their leadership roles over the summer.

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