Written by Clay Reisler, Digital Learning Specialist at Pulaski High School Back in the day, cruising the strip was a way to show off your ride and interact with kids from high school. It’s no different now, except “showing off your ride” is showing off your high school through social media on the digital strip.
Have you been wanting to let students do social media takeovers at your school but not quite sure how to effectively manage the process? During this presentation, Michele Niec, Director of Marketing and Public Relations and Instructor at Davidson Academy walks us through best practices and how to set students up for a successful social
School: Milford Public Schools Location: Milford, NE Enrollment: K-12 enrollment [750 students] Website: https://www.milfordpublicschools.org/ Social Media Profiles: Facebook: Milford Public Schools Twitter: @MilfordEagles Instagram: @milfordpublicschools Today we sat down with one of our early Class Intercom schools. Brandon Mowinkel is a 7-12 principal in Milford, NE. Since the beginning, Milford has been passionate about social
If your school doesn’t have a communications department, who is responsible for posting on social media and how do you move forward? During this webinar, Growing community on social media without a communications department, Josh Allen will guide us through the following: How social media can help tell your school’s story. Discuss best practices and
During this episode, Taylor and Amber discuss what’s new at Class Intercom and how educators are becoming social media influencers. Takeaways from this episode include: 1. Teachers have always been influencers with or without social media. Social media has made it easier for teachers to connect with each other, their students and parents. 2. Teachers
Written by Jill Johnson, Assistant Principal at Seward High School Schools benefit when students share their voices, but how often do we take the time to truly listen to what they have to say? The Quaglia Institute suggests that students are seven times more academically motivated when they believe their voices are heard as compared