This webinar presented a practical look at the main social media outlets and how to optimize them to reach your constituency. It looked at Facebook pages vs. profiles, Twitter usage and under usage, Instagram’s part in the classroom, Snapchat do’s/don’ts and warnings, and YouTube page creation from the ground up. The presenter also talked about streamlining the process so you can make one post and update all of your accounts simultaneously. By the end of the recorded session, you’ll be able to choose the mediums that best serve your school population; know how often you’re supposed to talk and what to say; and build a brand of community and appreciation with your students and community. Answering the question from the district level to the classroom, “How do I tell our story?”
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Tyler Tarver is the Director of Curriculum, Instruction, Federal Programs for the Bauxite School District. He is also the Director of Technology and Communications for the district. He has amassed over 8.5 million views on YouTube and 30,000 subscribers between his 2 channels. He created and maintains tarveracademy.com, where he helps students/teachers with math, tech, and an assortment of professional development needs. He has appeared on several commercials, Tosh.0, and his grandmother’s refrigerator. He is also not related to Denzel Washington.
A CE certificate will be emailed to live attendees within 24 hours of the live event. If you miss the live session, a link to view the recording will be sent within 24 hours of the live event.
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