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

Is Social Media the New Email? Tips for Telling Your Story with Pride

Bryan ZwemkeAdministration, Blog, Engagement, Innovation, Technology

In This Post Don’t be scared of Social Media – it’s the future! Develop a #hashtag for your classroom or school. If you are a teacher or principal, consider developing it with your staff or students. Brand recognition and building your school’s online reputation is becoming a part of school community relations. Be sure to follow your district’s protocol on … Read More

How to Become a Connected Educator

Tiffany OttBlog, Innovation

HOW TO BECOME A CONNECTED EDUCATOR

In This Post: Connecting is what has moved humanity forward. Why becoming connected is the best decision you can make as an educator. Becoming a connected educator is not just about connecting on social media. There are many ways to be connected. A Brief History Lesson Whether you realize it or not, you’re lucky to be teaching right now at … Read More