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17 02, 2020

3 Ways To Inspire Students To Create Content At Your School

By |2020-02-20T08:44:02-06:00February 17th, 2020|Social Media|0 Comments

If you’re struggling with getting students to create content for your school, you’re not alone.  Even though many students are super users of social media, it doesn’t necessarily mean they know how to create engaging content or understand branding and marketing concepts, especially when it comes to marketing a school. Since Class Intercom was founded, [...]

17 02, 2020

The Content Generation Episode 32: PJ Caposey

By |2020-02-16T22:23:04-06:00February 17th, 2020|Digital Citizenship, Podcast, Social Media|0 Comments

PJ Caposey is a dynamic speaker and a transformational leader and educator. PJ began his career as an award-winning teacher in the inner-city of Chicago and has subsequently led significant change in every administrative post he has held. PJ became a principal at the tender age of 28 and within three years was able to [...]

3 02, 2020

The Content Generation Episode 31: Jennifer Randall

By |2020-02-03T07:30:52-06:00February 3rd, 2020|Podcast, Social Media|0 Comments

Jen Randall is a 17-year veteran of the high school classroom. She started as a choral and show choir director and now travels the country hosting clinics, consulting and judging competitive show choir. In recent years, she has gone back to her journalistic roots, and now teaches Digital Media and produces KDGN (broadcast channel) for [...]

27 01, 2020

Lessons from Kobe Bryant’s Dear Basketball

By |2020-02-03T07:36:22-06:00January 27th, 2020|Case Study, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

It's not often that a professional athlete writes a letter to their passion. But, Kobe Bryant wasn't a normal athlete. In the wake of his tragic death, he left so many of us inspired. What can we learn from Kobe and his Oscar-winning short film, Dear Basketball? Communicate about your passion. No matter your passion, [...]

16 12, 2019

12 Days of Content

By |2019-12-20T11:52:22-06:00December 16th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

Right now administrators, teachers and students are counting down the days until Holiday break. If you’re still planning content between now and next semester, we know it can be easy to check out and not think about content until January. As we mentioned in our Thanksgiving post, your holiday content for your school should be [...]

27 11, 2019

3 Ways to Dress Up Your School’s Holiday Content

By |2019-12-01T00:11:16-06:00November 27th, 2019|Social Media|0 Comments

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 [...]

15 11, 2019

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

By |2019-12-19T10:59:47-06:00November 15th, 2019|Announcement, Social Media|0 Comments

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, [...]

4 11, 2019

Bridging The Communications Gap

By |2019-11-06T10:59:45-06:00November 4th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Digital Leadership, Social Media|0 Comments

The Rural School Communications Gap High Plains Community Schools is not uncommon in its Class D school setup. Like many consolidated rural schools across Nebraska, 12 miles of pavement separates the two school sites of HPC. The three communities of HPC - Polk, Hordville, and Clarks - form a small triangle in the heart of [...]

14 10, 2019

Memes from the Principal’s Office

By |2019-10-14T06:33:29-05:00October 14th, 2019|Digital Citizenship, Social Media|0 Comments

How do we cut through the noise on social media? How do we get our parents, our community and our alumni to engage with us? While we see the viral nature of the latest snow day post, our everyday content seems stagnant. Why? A recent meme may be the answer for your school. Me: Also [...]