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Parent Engagement Panel: Amanda Henson

Bio:
Amanda Henson is the Community Manager for Parentella, the free parent and teacher social network. Amanda is the proud mom of two and owner of High Impact Mom, a socially aware mom-blog. Amanda is a contributing editor for Type A Mom, Food Mama and also a contributing author at Shamable, an up-coming no-nonsense Social Media blog. Named one of Neilsen Online’s 50 Power Moms in 2009, Amanda uses her influence to help mom-owned companies garner the respect and acknowledgment they deserve. Amanda believes education starts at home and also believes parents and teachers should work together cohesively to provide children with the best chance possible. While juggling the joys of parenthood and the demands of her career, Amanda also enjoys a healthy Twitter addiction and can usually be found there in her spare time, @Parentella & @HighImpactMom

Part of the Parent Engagement Panel

Description: This panel will spearhead an open discussion on the best ways for educators to engage parents in the conversation! We will be joined by a principal, teacher, parent, and student!

Date & Times: 2:30-3:30PM PST, New York 5:30pm EST, Denver 3:30pm MST, 10:30pm GMT, Paris 11:30pm CET, Perth 6:30am Sun., Sydney 9:30am Sun., Tokyo 7:30am Sun. Click here for more time zones!

Click here to join the presentation: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=M.261052DD32A59E160CBEE5B3278699

If you missed the presentation, click here to see the archive: Coming soon!

Presenter’s Website: High Impact Mom

Twitter: Amanda enjoys a healthy Twitter addiction and can usually be found there in her spare time, @Parentella & @HighImpactMom

Interview about the upcoming panel discussion!

http://wetoku.com/player/vod/11818

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Discussion

One thought on “Parent Engagement Panel: Amanda Henson

  1. It was great to hear Amanda’s voice after all this time! I look forward to all the wonderful things she will be sharing with newbs in January!

    Posted by Lisa Dabbs | December 20, 2010, 12:25 pm

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