Social Media Reality Check – A New Head of School’s Perspective

Social Media Reality Check – A New Head of School’s Perspective
by Antonio Viva ·

It has been a while since my last post on ESM and a large part of the reason for the … Continue reading »

edSocialMedia Bootcamp Keynote St. John’s Prep

edSocialMedia Bootcamp Keynote St. John’s Prep
by Antonio Viva ·

A word of thanks to the folks over at WhippleHill Communications for streaming my keynote at the edSocialMedia Bootcamp at … Continue reading »

Public or Private Profiles; Is there a Difference?

Public or Private Profiles; Is there a Difference?
by Antonio Viva ·

I have recently had several conversations with colleagues and friends regarding how to distinguish between your “public” social media presence … Continue reading »

Reflections from Our TLU Bootcamp

Reflections from Our TLU Bootcamp
by Antonio Viva ·

A few weeks ago, Peter Baron, Steve Ritchie and I traveled down to Seguin, Texas outside of San Antonio to … Continue reading »

Are you afraid of making social media mistakes?

Are you afraid of making social media mistakes?
by Antonio Viva ·

I say, don’t be! This morning I came across an interesting article by Denise Zimmerman over at iMedia Connection called … Continue reading »

Call for Contributors and Bloggers: Now Closed

Call for Contributors and Bloggers: Now Closed
by Antonio Viva ·

The deadline for new contributors is now closed. We want to thank all of you who submitted your creditentials and … Continue reading »

Who has time for Social Media?

Who has time for Social Media?
by Antonio Viva ·

It seems like no matter how hard I try, serving as an administrator at independent school with 655 students and 150 employees during the months of April and May reminds of riding The Comet roller coaster at The Great Escape in Lake George, New York. I mean, seriously, how many of us really have the time to devote to maintaining a social media presence, let alone cultivate and foster the many meaningful networks and relationships we belong too? Continue reading »

Changes in Social Media and Impact on Schools

Changes in Social Media and Impact on Schools
by Antonio Viva ·

Ravit Lichtenberg recently wrote a post on ReadWriteWeb about 10 upcoming changes in social media that predicts what we will … Continue reading »

Social Media Reporters Cover Inauguration

Social Media Reporters Cover Inauguration
by Antonio Viva ·

A few weeks after the presidential election, two teachers approached me with an idea to take a group of students … Continue reading »

Why Schools Shouldn’t Ignore Social Media

Why Schools Shouldn’t Ignore Social Media
by Antonio Viva ·

I woke up this morning and began my regular morning ritual which consists of letting my dogs out, making my … Continue reading »