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

The Impact of Stamps on Classroom Communication


Last August, we launched Stamps, an easy way for teachers to receive instant feedback on their Announcement messages. In just six months, students and parents around the world have responded with over 6.5 million Stamps on their teachers’ messages — demonstrating a real interest in more interactive communication.

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5 Strategies to Teach Social and Emotional Skills

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Expecting children to just “know” how to behave and relate to other children and adults isn’t fair. It needs teaching and practicing just as much as any other skill taught in school. The opportunities for developing social skills are everywhere and in everything that we do.

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February: A Month of #RemindLove


This February, #RemindLove is in the air! Being empathetic and understanding of colleagues’ classroom approaches will not only help you share resources, but it will also form closer relationships within your school community. Try some of these simple tips to be a compassionate mentor and further professional development.

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Communicating without Words: Reaching ELL Parents


Jay Sorensen, a former middle school teacher and tech TOSA for Rio School District in Oxnard, California, encounters language barriers when communicating with many parents in his district. There’s also an additional complication. Most of his parents speak a language unknown to many U.S. teachers — Mixteco.

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TeachMeet UK: 6 Ideas for Your Classroom


Last week, the Remind team experienced it’s first TeachMeet — an informal but organized “unconference” meeting in which teachers come together to share best practices, practical innovations, and personal insights in teaching with technology. See 6 ideas we learned from this UK event and try them in your own classroom!

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