In this edWebinar, Jacob Hanson of PR with Panache!, and Lisa Schmucki of edWeb.net show you how social media is a channel that can make or break your success in the marketplace.
In this edWebinar, Greg Turchetta, Executive Director of Communications and Community Engagement at Florida’s Collier County Public Schools, shares how to create, implement, and run a district-wide social media effort by creating a coalition of “tweetchers” in the classroom.
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Students and parents are on social media all the time. It is time to join them, model for them, and reach them where they are spending their time. This webinar will define social media and explore a variety of tools that will allow you to communicate with others in your learning community and reach out to other learners or experts from around the world.
How can you stay connected with parents and students over the summer? In this webinar, Lisa Nielson will share practical step-by-step advice on how to leverage social media in a responsible way.
The early childhood market is notoriously slow to adapt to technology changes, but a few simple strategies can help you leverage social media channels to gain insights from your customers, create deeper connections, and establish lasting credibility with this hard-to-reach market.
This webinar will present a practical look at the main social media outlets and how to optimize them to reach your constituency.
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.
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.