During this episode, Taylor and Amber discuss highlights from the previous podcast episode, Taylor shares his takeaways from the #Digital4Good Conference, and you’ll hear about some exciting things happening at Class Intercom this fall! Be sure to follow us on Twitter & Instagram @ClassIntercom.
Creating consistent and relevant content is the key to your school’s social media strategy. No matter the size of your social media or communications team, having a plan and organizing your content is key to a winning strategy. 1. Know your why. As an administrator, school PR professional or teacher, you know it’s important for
Mitch Fisher is a college student, podcaster, musician and social media enthusiast. Mitch is currently a junior at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln majoring in advertising and public relations with a minor in theater. Mitch was first introduced to Class Intercom when he was in high school. During this interview, Mitch and I discussed: 1. How
Middle School Students Using Social Media School Information School Name: Norris Middle School Location: Firth, Nebraska How many students are enrolled at your school? There are about 600 enrolled at the middle school and 2500 across campus. School Social Media Profiles Facebook Twitter Instagram YouTube For this school spotlight, we interviewed Jason Cullison. Jason teaches
The Class Intercom team is excited to be attending the annual #Digital4Good conference on Monday, September 16th at Facebook HQ. We will be joined by highly engaged students, industry leaders and educators who are all focused on empowering positive tech and media use. Two years ago, Grand Island Northwest graduate Mitch Fisher had the opportunity
During this episode, Taylor and Amber discuss how to implement a social media content calendar at your school. Resources from this episode include: #ICanHelp #Digital4Good Conference on September 16th at Facebook HQ How To Create A Social Media Content Calendar For Your School Class Intercom Webinar Directory Be sure to follow us on Twitter &