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October, 2016

Infographic: The Use of Social Media in School

With Digital Citizenship Week approaching, we thought we would shed some light on the benefits social media can bring to the classroom.

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September, 2016

The Ultimate Educator’s Guide to Twitter

If you are in the education industry and are not on Twitter – you are missing out! This worldwide network is a powerful education tool. Not only for finding resources to share in the classroom, but for professional development as a teacher, administrator, superintedent, or district leader! With over 2,000 participants in Twitter chats each […]

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August, 2016

The Ultimate Teacher’s Guide to Pinterest

We can’t believe it is August already! The new school year is just around the corner, which means professional learning days, classroom preparation, and lesson planning are quickly approaching (or have already started)! To make sure you are fully prepared for the upcoming year, we wanted to introduce you to a little-known social media website: Pinterest. Pinterest is […]

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July, 2016

Superintendent Round-Up: Social Media

This week we’re featuring five articles from around the web on one topic. Our topic is Social Media, and since there are so many people talking about social media in school districts, we’re going to use some of the industry’s leading blogs.

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Crisis
April, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to Crisis Communications

Social media can be an effective way for superintendents to communicate the good news of their school districts with parents, students, employees, and other community members. Sometimes, however, there is also a need to communicate in times of crisis.

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guide to blogging
April, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to Blogging

For Superintendents, adding a blog to your communications repertoire can be an effective — and fun — way to get your voice out in the school community and connect with parents, students and other educators.

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April, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to Facebook

In order to use Facebook most effectively in a school setting, content should be shared often but not too often and should feature a variety of formats, including pictures and videos of school events, shared links from other pages or websites, and simple text announcements.

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March, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a particularly useful tool for superintendents who want to stay connected with former, current, and potential future colleagues, as well as network with other professionals in the field and stay up-to-date on current topics and issues.

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Twitter
March, 2016

The Superintendent’s Guide to Twitter

Superintendents aren’t just the academic leaders of their school districts anymore. With the rise in today’s social media use, superintendents can also act as brand managers who lead an on-going dialogue to connect with students, parents and community members in ways that were unimaginable just a few years ago.

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