Parenting in the Age of Social Media

Parenting in the Age of Social Media
by Steve Ritchie ·

Last week I came across a Mashable article, eye-catchingly titled Social Media Parenting: Raising the Digital Generation, that I thought … Continue reading »

Windward’s Founder’s Day Goes Interactive

Windward’s Founder’s Day Goes Interactive
by Stephen Johnson ·

The edSocialMedia crew swooped into Windward School in Los Angeles recently for a boot camp that involved several Windward faculty … Continue reading »

edSocialMedia Summit: Panel Discussion: What is the future of teaching?

edSocialMedia Summit: Panel Discussion: What is the future of teaching?
by William Stites ·

Watch live streaming video from whipplehill at livestream.com A conversation from the ESM Summit about the social media impact on … Continue reading »

Avoiding Shiny Object Syndrome

Avoiding Shiny Object Syndrome
by Jennifer Milikien ·

Ooooh. Foursquare. That looks cool. Google Wave. Awesome. I totally need to check Klout and see where I rank. Should … Continue reading »

Video: Tracking Your Success

Video: Tracking Your Success
by Richard Kassissieh ·

(On the topic of website video, here is a follow-up to Video Primer.) Is your video experiment working? Check your … Continue reading »

Video Primer

Video Primer
by Rich Portelance ·

Working at an independent school offers plenty of great opportunities to produce video: plays, games, gatherings, graduations, celebrations, traditions and more. You don’t have to shot everything, but if you pick your spots and produce a couple of pieces, you will strengthen your internal communications channels, and possibly even some external channels as well. Continue reading »

Who is ready for flu?

Who is ready for flu?
by Page Lennig ·

What is your flu plan?If you are like most schools, you will spend some time during opening of school meetings … Continue reading »

Schools on Facebook

Schools on Facebook
by Steve Ritchie ·

We’ve had a lot of requests for examples of schools with Facebook fan pages. Thanks to the hard work of … Continue reading »

Why Your School or District Needs Guidelines

Why Your School or District Needs Guidelines
by Sarah Hanawald ·

Why your school or district needs guidelines for social networking–Before the start of school this fall.   Over coffee and … 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 »