Sharing Your School’s Story – Leadership Through Social Media
Audience: K-12 Principals, Superintendents, Educational Leaders and Educators looking to reach beyond the classroom walls
A two-day workshop to support educators and educational leaders build their social connectivity skills and improve communication plans.
This workshop is for everyone. Join Mike Berry as he helps unpack the many ways social media can help you tell your school’s story. Twitter, Facebook, Blogs and other great tools will be explored in order to understand their reach and impact. Practical advice and strategies with plenty of time to explore, create and use each will be shared.
- Social Media 101
- Blogging: The importance of reflection and going beyond 140 characters
- Telling Your School’s Story
- Developing your personal learning network
- Developing a school, district or personal communication plan
- Setting up accounts and systems (you’ll leave ready to go!)
Instructor: Mike Berry https://principalberry.wordpress.com
Michael Berry is currently the principal of Richmond Elementary School in Richmond, Vermont. Some of my stats:
– Grew up in Gouverneur, New York where both my parents were educators
– Attended Castleton State College in Castleton, Vermont where I received a degree in Children’s Literature and Elementary Education
– Taught second grade and kindergarten in East Montpelier, Vermont for eight years
– Received my masters degree in Educational Leadership at Union Institute and University at Vermont College
– I was the principal of Underhill Central School for three years
I’m always eager to learn and have a hard time not reading educational blogs and articles around the clock. I live in central Vermont with my wife, two daughters, a dog and one very grumpy cat.
I can be found on Twitter…often…very often…a lot…at @principalberry