Twitter for Educators: A Beginner’s Guide
Are you new to Twitter? Do you have colleagues that you’d like to introduce to the tool? Maybe you’re looking for more buy-in across your school’s community? Then we encourage you to download this free resource put together by Amber Coggin from the Mobile County Public Schools. She’s done a nice job of answering many of the most commonly asked questions. Continue reading »
Teens & Social Media: 5 Highlights of Pew Study
Facebook Boosted Posts vs Print Ads
School Spotlight: Sewickley Academy
Social Media Lessons From A State Basketball Title
The Wasatch Academy Tigers second state championship in basketball (ever) provided a much-needed late-winter jolt to the schoolâ€™s campus. The impressive season-long run by the boyâ€™s team also energized alumni, parents and even former faculty members, providing a prime opportunity to connect further with audiences who may normally offer passing interest. Continue reading »
Rally the Base to Build Engagement: #cougarpride!
How to Amplify Your School’s Blogging Beyond the Basics
Social Spotlight: Secrets to your school’s video success
Behind Three of Our School’s Most Popular Facebook Posts
Top 10 edSocialMedia Posts of 2012
As with all things New Years, it’s always good to look back at the previous year and celebrate the things that made it special.
Although all of our contributors share meaningful and enlightening stories our their successes, failures and questions, we’ve collected the most popular posts of the past 12 months. Continue reading »