This edWeb.net webinar presented by the Leadership 3.0 community explored the power of social media for building a conversation and crowd-sourcing a school’s story in order to promote a positive school culture and amplify student voice. Jason Markey, Principal for East Leyden High School, shared how to empower the digital citizens in your school with hashtags, collaborative blogs, and more.
In this webinar, presented by the Education Marketing Focus community, Carmen Arnevik and by Evan Dunn, social media expert at Transform, discussed the latest techniques on optimizing your social media as well as how to amplify your content and engage your audience.
Most educators know what cyberbullying is, and what sexting is – but how prolific are these behaviors with youth? What are effective and ineffective responses? How are cyberbullying and sexting interconnected? There are a lot of misconceptions out there.
Dr. Spike Cook provided a framework for both current and aspiring administrators to connect parents, teachers, and community stakeholders through a variety of social media platforms such as Twitter, Facebook, and Google+, as well as podcasting and blogging.
In this edWeb.net New Teacher Help webinar, middle school administrator Shannon Holden introduced the best sources for teaching tips on Twitter.
As a teacher, Todd Nesloney was active on Twitter and as a blogger. Based on his social media presence, which showcased his love of project-based learning, Navasota School District offered him a job as principal at an underperforming fourth- and fifth-grade campus, along with the rare opportunity to transform the school from the ground up.
From text messaging, to social media, to online gaming, Connecting Families encourages and supports rich and relevant community conversations about kids’ digital lives throughout the school year. Connecting Families resources allow you to bring these important conversations to your school, but they take the pressure off of you to be an expert. Common Sense Education has done the research, the prep work, and the field-testing, giving you the best tips and content.
It’s no longer an option for schools or stakeholders to use technology and web tools to stay connected with all that is happening on a day-to-day basis. Discover how to activate stakeholder engagement in the virtual world. See how social media sites like Twitter, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest can help move the conversation forward.
Three proven programs for avoiding summer brain drain and strengthening home-school relationships were shared in this webinar. Learn more about High-Tech Educator Strategies: Using Social Media to Communicate with Families, High-Yield Student Learning Projects: Developing Student Experts on Chosen Topics, and High-Touch Community Strategy: Back to School Community Walk.
Social media is about building relationships. It gives those in the industry a chance to connect and build relationships with others in the industry, educators, and students. It also provides a platform for educators to share with one another and also share with the world the great work of their students!