Engaging Parents to Support Blended Learning

Parental support for their students in your blended environment is critical, particularly for any portions of the learning experience that are remote from campus. This micro-course will help you engage parents in the learning process and establish collaborative parent-teacher and parent-student relationships.

Activities include:

  • Analyzing your current practice and examples from other educators
  • Developing parent norms and matching student benefits to the modalities of a blended learning arc
  • Preparing and delivering communications to inform parents and secure their commitment to support their learner in a blended environment
  • Reflecting on your learning and opportunities for improvement in the future
  • Planning at least one way to share your learning with colleagues

Learning Targets:

  • Create accessible systems for two-way communication with parents.
  • Develop parent commitment to giving balanced support to their students during any remote portion of blended learning.




Rolling enrollment through August 31, 2022

Course must be completed by September 30, 2022

This course is offered at no cost to Wisconsin educators*

*This project is supported by the Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction Elementary and Secondary School Emergency Relief Program to serve all Wisconsin public, tribal, charter, and private schools serving students in grades 4K-12 and Institutes of Higher Education and licensing centers for pre-service educators.