Manage Your School's Social Media in One Place.
Each webinar is hosted for free to school and districts interested in learning more about Class Intercom. Each presentation will also include a demonstration of our platform.
Top Social Media Trends in Education for 2020
Where do schools and districts across the country stand today in their social media practices and policies? How does your school district compare?
To help answer these questions, and much more, Class Intercom surveyed educators and administrators across the country to find out more about how they are using social media. Pulling together the experiences of both individual schools and districts both public and private, Class Intercom compiled the 2019-2020 Social Media Trends in Education Report.
During this webinar, Class Intercom will reveal:
• How schools and districts are managing multiple social media pages.
• How student-generated social content is being implemented.
• How schools and districts are using social advertising and analytics to help schools target communications.
• How you can organize and moderate social media posts in 2020 using Class Intercom!
Previous Webinars Include:
- How To Create Consistent Student-Generated Social with Aurora High School
- 5 Design Tips That Will Help Your School’s Social Media Stand Out
- Create A Winning Social Media Strategy For Your School In 5 Steps
- 5 Steps To Building A Successful Social Media Team At Your School
- Social Media Marketing and the Art of the Student Social Media Takeover
- Growing Community on Social Media Without a Communications Department
- Facebook: Organic vs Paid, What School’s Need to Know
- Simple Design For Your School’s Social Media
- Using Video to Tell Your School’s Story
- Advance Your School’s Communication Through Podcasting
- Telling Your School’s Story With Images
- Safely Creating Purposeful Content to Increase Social Engagement
- Building A Social Media Team With Students At Your School
- Do a Twitter Takeover With Students Without Passwords on a Sticky Note
- Teach Students How To Create Content For Someone Other Than Themselves