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Social Media Success: Easy Strategies For Schools And Districts

The CoolCatTeacher

From the Cool Cat Teacher Blog by Vicki Davis Follow @coolcatteacher on Twitter This podcast with Andrea Gribble will help school administrators and principals create a school social media strategy to drive engagement, build community, and enhance their organization's online presence. That's where this podcast comes in.

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4 Ways to Use Social Media for Education


billion users globally , social media has revolutionized how we communicate and connect with one another. Social media has also made its way into the world of education. With the help of social media, teachers can authentically engage with their students. Not just in our private lives.


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New Social Media Micro-credentials Support Social Mobility for Adult Learners

Digital Promise

In 2017, we partnered with Facebook (now Meta) to design four training modules and micro-credentials in social media marketing. The four modules are: Module 1: Social Media Marketing Basics. Check out our overview page to find out more information and to get started today! Module 2: Marketing with Facebook Pages.

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Overcoming Social Media Fears

Tom Murray

Amy is an awesome High School Assistant Principal from Oregon and is the type of school leader that leverages social media in her daily work; to both share the incredible things that happen in her school as well as to grow professionally. Yet as we blast out information as school leaders, we can’t be naive.

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What Happened When I Deleted All My Social Media Apps

The CoolCatTeacher

For me, nature seems to be the opposite of social media. And we reconnect as a family when we turn off social media and head outside. ” So, this spring break, I removed every social media app and email off my “smartphone” and made it go dumb and mute. I didn’t miss social media.

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Chicago Public Schools is monitoring students’ social media for ‘worrisome behavior’

eSchool News

Chicago Public Schools is monitoring students’ social media posts for signs they might engage in violence on campus or harm themselves so that school staff — and in some cases police — can intervene. Chicago Public Schools piloted a similar social media monitoring program in the mid-2010s. newsletters.

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How to Teach Social Media Safety

Ask a Tech Teacher

These days, teachers should introduce students to the world of social media so they can begin to develop the skills they need to live a safe digital life. Then, ask your students to go home and work with their parents to adjust their privacy settings on their personal social media profiles. Create a social media contract.