Parent’s are a child’s most influential educators and organisations such as OFSTED gauge the success of an early years setting, in part, on their ability to engage with parents.
Traditionally parental engagement has proved difficult with a paper based system. The introduction of a Digital Learning Journey can, not only allow real-time communication between parents and practitioners, but also allow the contribution of at home observations. This engagement is vital as it ensures there is a link between the activities taking place in the class and those taking place at home. Our guide explains:
How to engage more with dads. Often overlooked but no-less important.
How a Digital Learning Journey can open new lines of communication between Early Years Practitioners and parents.
How Digital Learning Journeys open up new avenues for managers to generate reports on individual and group progress.
Give children the best chance to succeed by encouraging collaboration between parents and practitioners.