79: Just A Teacher From Akron – Chelsea Nicolino (Live from the 2019 Akron Public Schools APS3T Conference)

Teach Better TeamPodcast

8th grade science teacher, Chelsea Nicolino, chats with us live from Akron Public Schools APS3T Conference in Akron, OH. Chelsea discusses teaching the whole student, getting over a lack of confidence, and embracing social media. Chelsea shares the importance of actually building relationships with your students, why you don’t have to be an expert at everything, and how we all … Read More

#TeacherLife – Finding a PLN on Instagram

Erin HallBlog, Technology

In This Post: Instagram has become an incredible place for teachers to connect and grow. If you’re looking to get on Instagram, or grow your PLN, consider creating a teacher-specific account. Following the right people and the right hashtags to engage with the right people and content. Join the conversation! Share, DM people, and stay engaged! The meteoric rise of … Read More

4 Mistakes School Districts Make with Social Media

Jeff GargasAdministration, Blog, Engagement, Innovation, Technology

4 Mistakes Districts Make with Social Media

In This Post: Being on social media should be a must for any school district. Avoiding these common mistakes should be, too. Using a specific hashtag for your district creates an easy-to-follow story on social media. Trying to be on too many platforms, and not staying consistent, can hurt your growth and the effectiveness of your social media efforts. Regardless … Read More

How Social Media Has Impacted My Career

Rae HughartBlog, Innovation, Technology, Video

HOW SOCIAL MEDIA HAS IMPACTED MY CAREER

Can social media have a positive impact on your career?  About Rae Hughart Rae Hughart is a Middle-Level Math and Writing Educator in Illinois and the Director of Training and Development for Progressive Mastery Learning, LLC. In 2017, Rae was honored with the Illinois State University Outstanding Young Alumni Award – inducting her into the University Hall of Fame. … Read More