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The Content Generation Episode 29: Sydney Jensen

Sydney Jensen, a Georgia native, is a ninth-grade English teacher at Lincoln High School in the epicenter of America’s heartland: Lincoln, Nebraska. Lincoln is one of the nation’s top cities for refugee resettlement, and students at Lincoln High speak more than 30 languages. Jensen also serves as an instructional coach working with new and veteran

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Social Media

3 Ways to Dress Up Your School’s Holiday Content

During the Holidays, we often see schools resorting to what we call a stuffing mentality. Content is baked in without much thought or effort. What’s the difference between stuffing and dressing? In the culinary world, stuffing is called stuffing because it is meant to be cooked in the same pan as the bird. It might

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Podcast

The Content Generation Episode 28: Christopher Aumueller, FanWord

Christopher Aumueller is the CEO and founder of Fanword, a storytelling company for sports teams. During this interview, we spoke with Chris about his career journey and what led him to creating a company focused on storytelling. As a former Division 1 tennis player, Chris has a unique perspective regarding student athletes and social media

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Announcement

Five 2020 Trends for Social Media in Education: What Educators are Saying

All can agree that communicating via social media brings schools closer to their students, parents, and communities. While social media provides an instant and interactive way to communicate, the nature of social media creates a much more complex process in executing, monitoring and managing to ensure the safety of students, staff and school reputation. However,

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Digital Citizenship

Building A Digital Footprint

Have you ever been told to fear something that you later wish you would have learned more about instead of avoiding it completely? Growing up, I was taught that credit cards should be avoided and that I should never have one especially as a young adult. Even though my parents had good intentions, the advice

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