This App Helps Teachers Easily Connect with Multilingual Families
Are you looking for a simple way to connect with parents and guardians who speak a variety of languages? Then, you may want to check out Talking Points. This teacher favorite allows educators to send a message to parents that automatically translates into their home language. Parents don’t even need to sign up because the program will translate the message on its own.
In this video lesson, Associate Director of Humanities, Jordan Blanton, offers a tutorial on how to use this free app to communicate with parents.
Published on July 14, 2020
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